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New 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.

Latest Jobs Added to SEMA Career Center

Engine Parts Production Manager
AAM Group

The AAM Group is hiring an engine parts product manager to develop and execute private-brand product strategies to maximize return on inventory investment, generate measurable sales growth, manage inventory turns and position the company’s products to generate demonstrable value to customers. This position will be responsible for evaluating, sourcing and ongoing product management of engine parts for domestic and import vehicles, diesel engine parts, high-performance engine applications and parts for heavy duty, agricultural and other special application engine parts. 

Mechanical Engineer
AMS Performance

AMS Performance is hiring a mechanical engineer to design new products for current and future vehicle platforms. This position will be responsible for kicking-off the development process by creating a well-scoped product charter, and once approved, creating CAD parts, assemblies and drawings. Utilizing in-house rapid prototyping and computational simulation resources, you will validate that fit, form and function are aligned with the project intent. With the design work largely complete, you will work with the company’s vendor network to produce sample and production components. In order to gear up for high-volume production, you will leverage the fabrication team’s experience to design and produce fixtures, check jigs and inspection processes that enable sustainable and efficient manufacturing to take place.  Engineering support continues after the product is released via design revisions, vendor resourcing and cost-save initiatives.

Second-Shift Machinist

ProCharger is hiring a second-shift machinist responsible for performing operation and setup, and possible programming of various CNC and HURCO machines; performing setups and inspections for other departments as needed, studying and interpreting drawings or sample parts to determine dimensions and tolerances of finished workpieces; maximizing efficiencies through effective work set-up and transitions; and communicating and reporting non-conforming parts to the supervisor, engineers, production control and/or quality control to resolve the issue. Candidates should have a high-school diploma or GED and three years’ experience on CNC and/or HURCO machines.