SEMA eNews Vol. 21, No. 42, October 18, 2018

Job-Hunting? Top Automotive Jobs Here

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.

Automotive Customer Service Rep: Energy Suspension is hiring an automotive customer service representative to provide automotive product application information, technical assistance, order processing and respond to emails. Occasional travel to local trade shows and events is required. Candidates must have basic automotive knowledge and prior customer service experience and be proficient with proactive outbound calls to customer base. Bilingual candidates are preferred.

Drivetrain Builder: Zumbrota Drivetrain is hiring a drivetrain builder to rebuild transmissions, transfer cases and differentials. The ability to work independently, advanced automotive and mechanical skills, and the use of power tools are required.

Level 2 Certified Driver: Automotive Testing & Development is hiring a level 2 certified driver. All drivers must have a valid drivers license and at least five years’ driving experience to qualify for the position. The ability to drive a manual transmission is required.

Research & Development: Diamond Eye Manufacturing Inc. is hiring personnel for its R&D department. This position will cover a broad range of work involving product design and development, working in all facilities using different machines and equipment and interaction with employees in those facilities, working on vehicles, customer service and computer work. Candidates must have good mechanical skills, experience working with diesel trucks and knowledge of engines and computer control systems. Different levels of training or certifications are a plus but not required. 

Head Automotive Technician: AAM Competition LLC is hiring a skilled automotive technician to join its service department and install high-performance parts. Candidates should have a strong diagnostic and electrical background, more than five years’ automotive shop experience and experience pulling engines out of vehicles and reinstalling them. Engine building experience is a plus.

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