DIAMOND BAR, CA (February 22, 2016) – The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) recently launched the SEMA Career Center, an online employment resource dedicated to the automotive aftermarket industry. Available at www.sema.org/jobs, the SEMA Career Center addresses the employment challenges of automotive companies and facilitates a talent pipeline for entering into the automotive aftermarket industry.
I feel strongly about being involved in the MRC for two main reasons. One being that it helps our fellow manufacturers’ representatives by being more proactive with changes in our industry. A second important benefit/reason for being involved is that I am personally using what I learn in my committee activities every day. It is helping me to be a better representative.
—Bill Eagan, Performance Rep, Airheart Sales
YEN is growing very rapidly and is one of the best ways to open yourself to networking and education opportunities. I encourage any young person in this industry to sign up. You will then be plugged into a network of young executives that is over 800 strong, and you can start getting involved by joining our Member Resource Pool, attending a YEN Mixer or attending the big YEN reception at SEMA. It doesn’t matter the extent to which you get involved at first; it just matters that you take that first step to find out how rewarding the experience can be.
—Lee McGuire, Director of Marketing & Operations, Skyjacker Suspensions
Companies in the specialty-equipment industry with job openings to announce, or individuals would like to spread the word that they are seeking employment, are encouraged to post the details in SEMA's Auto Job Section. Not only are the postings available anytime, day or night, but the latest listings and a link to the entire SEMA Auto Job section are highlighted each week in SEMA eNews, the association's electronic newsletter that is delivered weekly to more than 100,000 industry professionals.