SEMA eNews Vol. 22, No. 8, February 21, 2019

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.

Design Engineer (III) — The Design Engineer (III) is responsible for the design of high-performance shock absorber and racing suspension components according to FOX guidelines. Under general management direction, design responsibilities run cradle to grave including concept generation, virtual design, physical development and sustainability engineering. This position must balance robust product design with high-volume manufacturing and costing to achieve world-class performance. Be ready to champion new ideas and be challenged to design the best possible powered vehicle suspension components.

Western Territory Sales Manager — Fast growing Asheville, N.C.-based company is seeking a professional sales person to cover a significant customer base, calling on current and new customers. The sales territory manager will coordinate their own efforts with those of the company's manufacturers' representatives to continue the company's high rate of growth. The position requires travel (less than industry standards) for trade shows and customer meetings. The territory manager will work out of a home office, preferably in a western state.

In-house Videographer — We are an automotive accessories company seeking a highly motivated and creative videographer to help develop cool and exciting video content for our many brands of products. We are looking for someone who is an enthusiast, who has style and is able to transfer those attributes into their photo/video work.

Responsibilities include: shoot and edit video content for social media uploads; shoot and document company events like car shows, track days and trade shows; concept, storyboard and produce product videos including “how to videos,” “product walk around videos,” and “product hype videos;” occasionally assist the photography team with product photography and editing photos as needed (not primary responsibility).

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