SEMA eNews Vol. 19, No. 24, June 16, 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.

  • Order Fulfillment Associate: Drew’s Off-Road Performance is hiring an order fulfillment associate responsible for picking parts for customer orders, restocking inventory, organizing stock and assisting in managing inventory quantities and ordering. Warehouse or shipping and receiving experience would be helpful.
  • Diesel Mechanic/Installation Technician: Gale Banks Engineering is hiring a diesel mechanic/installation technician responsible for installing exhaust, electronic, and braking systems for gas and diesel trucks and motorhomes; sizing, cutting, dismantling and installing automotive exhaust systems on customer vehicles; and completing installations while ensuring quality standards and safety policies are being followed. The successful candidate will have 3+ years’ experience as an automotive and light-truck mechanic, light line and service. ASE, automotive technology degree or comparable certification is preferred.
  • Purchaser: Autotech Sport Tuning is hiring a purchaser to prepare, maintain and review purchase order files; review company reports to ensure accurate forecasting and stocking levels; compare pricing, quantity, cost effectiveness and ensure on-time delivery; and arrange/resolve on-time delivery with suppliers. The successful candidate will have purchasing experience with manufacturing knowledge preferred.
  • Experienced Automotive Technician: TCI Engineering is hiring a grinder to grind frame parts to required performance/quality specifications, examine and feel work piece surfaces for defects, perform MIG spot welds as necessary, control the use of inventory in order to reduce cost of production and keep an accurate inventory count.

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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