By SEMA Editors
Latest Jobs Added to SEMA Career Center
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 jobs posted to the website.
Social Media Manager: Kahn Media Inc. is hiring a social media manager to enhance the brand of its clients in the truck and off-road spaces on various social media platforms. This position will be responsible for developing and executing a social media content strategy designed to engage users and create an interactive relationship between consumers and clients. The successful candidate will have a passion for all things automotive, especially trucks, Jeeps and off-road; possess a deep understanding of the current trends in social media; be able to analyze traffic and interaction to develop more successful campaigns; and write clean copy with no typos or grammatical errors. A bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications or a related field and more than two years’ professional experience in social media management are preferred.
Auto Body Repair Coach: Verifacts Automotive Inc. is hiring an auto body repair coach in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. This position is responsible for working with shops one-on-one through monthly visits and special projects. The coach’s objective is to mentor both technicians and key shop personnel and improve repair quality and processes. Coaches have backgrounds in hands-on collision repair, estimating, managing and teaching. The Ontario coach should be bilingual (French and English).
Inside Salesperson: Scat Enterprises is hiring an inside salesperson to handle incoming phone calls, both technical and customer-service oriented. This position will have a portfolio of accounts to manage and support. Some travel will be required to attend trade shows. Candidates should have a high school diploma, a passion for all things automotive and knowledge of internal combustion engines.
Performance Mechanic: Road Race Motorsports is hiring a performance mechanic to do installations, upgrades and modifications. The successful candidate must have a minimum of three to five years’ experience in road racing and motorsports and aftermarket parts and vehicle upgrades. Dyno experience is a bonus. Occasional weekend availability is required.
CNC Foreman: BluePrint Engines is setting up a CNC operation to machine cast-iron engine blocks to support its growing engine production needs. The company has six horizontal machining centers in place now and will add eight to 10 more this year. The successful candidate must be a self-starter and good at problem solving. This position will be responsible for developing the department from startup and turning it into a daily operational production line. The ideal candidate will be responsible for all aspects of operations in the CNC department, including machines, equipment and tooling selection for a growing department of 500–630 mm horizontal milling centers.