SEMA eNews Vol. 17, No. 50, December 11, 2014

Job-Hunting? Top Automotive Jobs 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.

  • Husky Liners, located in Atlanta, is hiring a regional sales manager responsible for building relationships with and educating accessory retailers’ sales staffs and installers about the features and benefits of the company's products. The successful candidate will be an outgoing, results-oriented self starter with a track record of success in the light-truck accessory category.
  • Daystar Products, located in Dallas, is hiring an outside sales professional with automotive aftermarket experience to call on automotive, Jeep and truck dealerships in Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas. The ideal candidate must have excellent phone and personal communication skills; a proven outside sales track record; knowledge of the retail automotive, Jeep and light-truck industry and aftermarket accessory market; and the ability to travel.
  • Vintage Air, located in San Antonio, Texas, is hiring a marketing communications specialist and graphic designer. Responsibilities include general graphic design, copy writing, editing and production of marketing materials for print, publications and signage. A bachelor’s degree in graphic design or at least five years’ experience in a fast-paced advertising agency or manufacturing/sales company marketing department is required; automotive experience is a plus.
  • Stillen, located in Costa Mesa, California, is hiring an Internet sales coordinator to check and verify incoming orders, interface with customers and vendors by e-mail and phone, track order progress, and guarantee customer satisfaction. The ability to learn systems and procedures is key, and effective written and verbal communication is required.

View more listings from SEMA's Automotive Classifieds listings.

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