SEMA eNews Vol. 19, No. 15, April 14, 2016

Job-Hunting? Top Automotive Jobs Here

By SEMA Editors

Are you hunting for a new job? The SEMA Career Center has a comprehensive listing of automotive-related job openings around the country. Here are some of the latest classifieds posted to the website.

  • Salesperson: The Wheel Group/Wheel-1 is hiring an automotive aftermarket salesperson to provide information regarding products, account inquiries and order status via phone or email and sell company products in accordance with company requirements and customer needs. The successful candidate must must be willing to travel and have prior sales experience and strong customer service skills. Experience in the aftermarket wheel industry is a plus.
  • Buyer: JEGS Automotive Inc. is hiring a high-performance buyer with strong negotiating and analytical skills and solid experience in the automotive performance market. Responsibilities include evaluating new products from both new and existing vendors; negotiating pricing, payment terms, freight, stock adjustments and allowances/rebates; maintaining the correct product assortment, competitive pricing and creative marketing programs; and maintaining current supplier relationships and account lines.
  • Operations Manager: Hellwig Products Co. Inc. is hiring an operations manager responsible for product production, maintenance and upkeep of all equipment, installation/implementation of all purchased new equipment, planning and scheduling orders received, purchasing and controlling overhead costs. The successful candidate will have a four-year degree with an emphasis in engineering, industrial or manufacturing engineering and prior professional work experience in managing a manufacturing plant.
  • Customer Service Rep: HP Tuners LLC is hiring a customer service rep with experience in electronic fuel-injection system troubleshooting and diagnosis, PC-based tuning software and troubleshooting and general PC software troubleshooting. This position will be responsible for handling questions via telephone and email, addressing both hardware- and software-related issues, effectively communicating technical information with team members and customers alike and diagnosing and providing a path to resolve technical issues.

SEMA recently launched the SEMA Career Center to address the employment challenges of automotive companies and facilitate a talent pipeline for entering into the automotive aftermarket industry. Through an automotive network that includes the Auto Care Association, the SEMA Career Center will expand the volume and reach of job openings from automotive companies throughout the country.

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