SEMA eNews Vol. 18, No. 6, February 5, 2015

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.

  • SEMA, located in Diamond Bar, California, is seeking an executive assistant to provide administrative support to the president and Board of Directors. Responsibilities will include interfacing with all levels of staff, traveling as required to all board meetings, taking minutes via shorthand or fast notes at all board and executive committee meetings and handling all details related to the Board election process.
  • Transamerican Wholesale is hiring an export salesperson for its Southeast wholesale division, which includes Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi. Responsibilities include generating new accounts, managing profit margins, building relationships with current jobbers, exporting documents and following up on post-sale customer service. The successful candidate must have a minimum of three years' experience in aftermarket sales (outside/inside).
  • Rostra Precision Control, located in Laurinburg, North Carolina, is hiring an experienced powertrain product process engineer to design and development solenoid/actuator products for automotive applications with a specific focus on hydraulic solenoid valves, including on/off, PWM and linear solenoid valves used in drivetrain applications. The successful candidate will have hands-on automotive repair experience or applicable related experience/interests and working knowledge of current automotive control technologies.
  • ProMedia LLC, located in Santa Ana, California, is hiring an entry-level inside sales rep responsible for event sponsorship and web sales and servicing their customer base. Some sales experience is required and an outgoing personality is a must. A college degree is recommended. The successful candidate must be an automotive enthusiast.

View more listings from SEMA's Automotive Classifieds listings.

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