SEMA eNews Vol. 14, No. 2, January 13, 2011

Job-Hunting? Top Industry Gigs Here

Are you hunting for a new job? The “Positions Available” section in the
SEMA Member Classifieds lists more than 50 job openings around the
country. Here are some of the latest classifieds posted to the website.

• Paul Russell and Co. located in Massachusetts is hiring a panel beater/fabricator with varied experience. Skills required
are fabrication and fitting of complete body and repair panels; reshaping and
repairing existing panels; lead work and panel gapping; fabrication of small body parts,
such as grilles, trim work and window frames; and the remanufacturing of mechanical
parts, such as exhaust headers and suspension parts.

• RMS Finishing is looking for a chrome plating manager for its Chino, California, facility. Candidates must have: basic accounting knowledge and an understanding of budgets; purchasing and inventory control experience; knowledge in the plating operation process of copper, nickel and chrome; basic knowledge in chemistry; basic trouble-shooting skills; administration and personnel training experience; and safety and environmental-loss control experience.

• A public-relations agency is hiring an account executive to join its northeast Ohio-based firm and serve as
the main point person for up to six accounts. Candidates must have three to five
years of PR experience and strong written/oral communication skills and be
a quick learner. A bachelor’s degree in public relations, communications
or journalism is required.

• MSX International in New York is hiring a sales coaching consultant to support its OEM client with a dealership sales process improvement program. The consultant will manage the relationship between MSXI and the OEM dealer
participation based on geographical areas assigned. The consultant will
act as a third-party consultant/coach conducting dealership root cause
analysis and providing sales coaching in opportunistic areas. The successful candidate must have at least five years of automotive
dealership operations experience in a management capacity and experience in preparing and presenting detailed reports to
management. Travel is required.

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