SEMA eNews Vol. 19, No. 46, November 17, 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.

Sales Manager: Energy Suspension is hiring a sales manager to manage assigned accounts and prospect new business opportunities. Occasional travel to attend trade shows and key customer events is required. The successful candidate will have previous customer account sales experience with basic heavy-duty truck and mechanical knowledge.

High-Performance Engine Builder: Lingenfelter Performance Engineering is hiring a high-performance engine builder to assemble engines or other subassemblies based on package descriptions and build documents/parts lists. Responsibilities include providing feedback to sales, parts and engineering on engine components required/recommended for engine builds and verifying specifications, measuring components, checking/confirming and documenting clearances and related measurements. The successful candidate will have previous experience in manufacturing, assembly or other related fields and a minimum of three years of work experience as an automotive or marine engine builder/assembler at a performance shop, OEM manufacturer, engine repair facility or similar company.

Customer Service/Marketing Representative: HPS Performance Products is hiring a customer service/marketing representative responsible for creating ads for social media and print media, sending out press releases and producing marketing materials. The successful candidate must have automotive knowledge and Photoshop, Illustrator and photography skills.

Collision Repair Instructor: VeriFacts Automotive is hiring a collision repair instructor to coach and train techs in the company’s shops. The ideal candidate will have more than 10 years’ hands-on experience with collision repair and I-CAR or ASE certifications. Responsibilities include providing assistance to the shops in understanding, following and establishing proper repair processes and procedures and training and mentoring auto-body technicians via in-shop demonstrations.

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