SEMA eNews Vol. 18, No. 18, April 30, 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.

  • Wheel Vintiques, located in City of Industry, California, is hiring a customer service/sales representative. The qualified candidate will have excellent customer service and telephone skills and be able to travel to trade shows. Automotive and wheel knowledge is preferred.
  • Skyjacker Suspensions, located in Monroe, Louisiana, is hiring a marketing manager/director to oversee the marketing department that handles all national print, radio, television, online, event and social media marketing. This position will be responsible for managing the creative team and helping develop ad campaigns, promotions, event planning and product/vehicle photos. The successful candidate will have 3–5+ years’ marketing management experience in a similar or related industry and a proven track record in the automotive aftermarket.
  • Roll-n-Lock Corp. is hiring a Nevada-based regional representative to annually develop and execute a regional sales plan in support of the company’s business plan, develop a plan to participate in monthly special events throughout the Western region to advertise and solicit sales of Roll N Lock products, annually develop and manage an expense budget and travel (at least 10–15 days per month) to support, train, evaluate or recruit new or existing key jobber and dealer accounts.
  • Addictive Desert Designs, located in Mesa, Arizona, is hiring an in-house sales representative. The ideal candidate must be computer savvy with 3–5 years’ minimum in customer service and telephone sales. Good communication and typing skills are a must. Primary responsibilities include parts sales, customer relations, customer service and customer follow-up.

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