SEMA eNews Vol. 19, No. 28, July 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.

  • Marketing Coordinator: CSF Inc. is hiring a marketing coordinator to assist with databasing, product development, marketing promotions and events. Qualified candidates should have an undergraduate degree in business or a related field and working knowledge of MS Office Suite.
  • Automotive Technician: DES of Wilmington Inc. is hiring experienced automotive technicians, specifically for audio/video, leather or sunroof installations.
  • Customer Service/Sales/Technical Rep: Ron Francis Wiring is hiring a customer service/sales/technical representative with an automotive background and a minimum of three years of customer service experience. Responsibilities include answering inbound customer service calls to troubleshoot and diagnose customer issues and creating and processing customer orders and returns. Successful candidates will have excellent phone etiquette and the ability to communicate complex information to a wide variety of people. 
  • SEO Manager: Steve Millen Sportparts Inc. is hiring an SEO manager responsible for executing the day-to-day functions that support the company’s online marketing programs and campaigns and leading and advancing their search engine optimization programs through effective use of analytical keyword research/development, managing social networks and staying current on SEO trends. The successful candidate must have more than three years of relevant SEO experience, the ability to make SEO updates and knowledge of html.

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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