By SEMA Editors
Are you hunting for a new job? The SEMA Career Center has a comprehensive listing of automotive-related job openings around the country. Here are some of the latest classifieds posted to the website.
Commissioned Sales/Manufacturer’s Rep: Fans-tech Electric Co. Ltd is hiring a commissioned sales/manufacturer’s representative with experience in the automotive HVAC, heat exchanger and air movement business. The successful candidate will have a strong background in customer development, project management and sales. This home-based position will be responsible for advancing the product development, market penetration and target sales goals in the automotive market.
Musclecar Tech: Speedway Motors is hiring a musclecar tech with experience working on ’60s and ’70s musclecars. This position will be responsible for assisting customers as they tackle all aspects of musclecar building and restoration parts installation, product compatibility and other technical challenges. The successful candidate will have excellent communication and people skills, along with hands-on, wrench-turning experience. Computer skills are required, and experience with Ebay sales is a plus.
Experienced Automotive Service Technician: Anaheim Rod and Custom is hiring an experienced automotive service technician. This is a generalized labor position consisting of mechanical service, assembly, disassembly, basic body work, paint prep, wiring, suspension, brakes and more services associated with vehicle restoration or customization. Welding and metal-working skills and certifications are a plus. A high-school diploma is required; some college or trade school is encouraged.
Auto Restoration Technician: Motech Performance Inc. is hiring an experienced auto restoration technician who specializes in working on clean, high-end musclecars, customs and hot rods. Successful candidates will have their own tools, an understanding of all vehicle system and a clean and valid driver’s license. Welding, fabrication and working knowledge of modern engine conversions are pluses.