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.
Classic Performance Products is hiring a sales tech responsible for assisting customers via telephone in parts lookup and ordering; answering heavy call volume of technical calls; handling returns processing and other sales, technical and customer service functions; and providing outstanding customer service while achieving sales objectives. This position requires a working knowledge of automotive systems, replacement parts sales and the needs of classic car owners and industry-specific knowledge of steering, brake and suspension components.
Nostrum High Performance is hiring a garage assistant responsible for the maintenance, supply and care of the vehicle fleet as well as the garage and dynamometer facilities themselves. Additionally, product integration activities, such as installation trials and product testing, shall also be available. The associate will support vehicle development, testing and validation in the shop on chassis dynamometer and in the field. The associate will work closely and follow the guidance of the engineering technician and report to the director of calibration. Candidates must hold a valid driver’s license and a good driving record.
Manufacturing Process Engineer
Cognito Motorsports is hiring a manufacturing process engineer responsible for improving the processes, documentation and efficiencies applied at each stage of the product production cycle, from building-to-packaging-to-shipping. This position will work with cross-functional teams, including engineering, manufacturing, assembly/packaging, marketing and contract manufacturers to establish and refine production processes and workflows. This position will also concurrently develop, review and improve detailed bills of operations for new and existing products with a focus on manufacturing and assembly efficiency, quality control, repeatability and timely completion.