By SEMA Editors
Latest Jobs Added to SEMA Career Center
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 jobs posted to the website.
Store Technician: 4 Wheel Parts is hiring a store technician responsible for performing all repairs and services and inspect completed repairs to ensure thorough quality and suitability of vehicle for return to service. Qualified candidates will have three years of experience in the maintenance and repair of automotive and mechanical equipment as an automotive mechanic, heavy-equipment mechanic or equipment repair specialist. ASE certification is a plus.
Dyno Operator: Group-A Engineering is hiring a skilled high-performance dyno operator responsible for the installation and removal of engines in test cells; setting up and operating the engine dynamometer; verifying specifications; measuring components; and checking, confirming and documenting clearances and related measures. Candidates must have at least four years of experience and a strong electrical and mechanical background with assembly experience in diesel and gas engines.
Performance Fabricator/Welder: Nightmotorsport is hiring a performance fabricator/welder who is familiar with common metal shop tools and equipment and has auto shop experience. A high school diploma or GED and a valid driver’s license with a clean record are required. Candidates must have their own tools and the ability to work flexible hours.
Collision Specialist: Mitchell International is hiring a collision specialist to develop replacement and refinish labor time allowances for collision-damaged vehicles; provide customer-facing support, exceptional service and added value to insurance carriers and shop partners; and assist with clarification of labor allowances, operational inclusions and procedural explanations.
Account Executive: DSI is hiring an account executive responsible for traveling daily within the greater designated area in support of cold calling and building new-car dealer accounts through weekly sales calls, obtaining and submitting orders while continuously prospecting to expand the client base, keeping management informed through a weekly call report and performing product sales training sessions. Candidates must have a minimum of two years’ experience in automotive aftermarket sales and selling direct to new-car dealers. Knowledge of four-wheel/off-road parts and accessories is a plus.