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.
Engine Assembler/Sub-Assembler: Banks Technologies is hiring an engine assembler/sub-assembler to assemble and/or install a variety of large and heavy parts to complete units or subassemblies and perform a variety of specialized assembly operations using hand tools, power tools and other special equipment. Candidates should have the ability to read, analyze and interpret intercompany reports, general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures or governmental regulations. An automotive components manufacturing background is preferred.
Manufacturers’ Sales Representative: Kunzman & Associates is hiring a manufacturers’ sales representative to work as part of its central Midwest sales team. Strong communication skills and the ability to work with and grow accounts at all levels are paramount. Automotive aftermarket experience is preferable, but the company is willing to train the right person.
Support Administrator: VeriFacts Automotive is hiring a support administrator to work in a virtual role to support its Canadian operations department. The right candidate will be bilingual, with French as the primary language, have more than five years’ administrative experience and need minimal supervision to complete their work. Experience with Microsoft Office is required.
Automotive Paint Instructor: Solera Inc. is hiring an automotive paint instructor to monitor and propose research consistent with advanced trends in paint repair and refinishing methodologies, deliver training courses consistent with the most advanced paint repair and refinishing methodologies and products in the collision-repair industry and support the development of training curriculum at the Solera Technical Center. Qualified candidates will have a minimum of three years’ collision-repair experience and a proven ability in structuring demonstrations and instruction sessions. ASE and I-CAR certifications are a plus.
Corporate Sales Executive: The National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) is hiring a corporate sales executive responsible for generating new revenue through the sale of NHRA-controlled inventory in television, track signage, print, promotions, tickets, suites, jumbotron commercials, title and presenting race sponsorships, PA announcements, internet, track title rights, entertainment features, marketing and youth programs, display and exhibit space, official products, regional and promotion rights, retail programs, contingency programs, activation, bartered goods, track presence packages, licensing and hospitality. Candidates should have 3–5 years of sales experience, preferably in the motorsports/automotive performance market and automotivesponsor references. A bachelor’s degree and existing relationships in the automotive industry are preferred.