SEMA eNews Vol. 22, No. 13, March 28, 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.

National Accounts Manager
RANDYS is looking for looking for an extraordinary, self-motivated and passionate sales professional to focus on sales growth within existing national accounts, as well as new customer acquisition in the automotive industry. This is an excellent growth opportunity for someone who is motivated to move to next level in their career.

Collision Repair Technician Coach
VeriFacts Automotive is based in Santa Ana, California, and works with collision repair shops across the United States and Canada. The company provides monthly coaching and training to collision repair shops; for more on the VQ Medallion program, please visit www.verifactsauto.com. VeriFacts is currently looking for experienced collision-repair techs to coach shops and conduct audits for various OEM certifications. The ideal candidate will have more than 10 years of hands-on experience with collision repair and I-CAR or ASE certifications.

Mechanical/Mechatronics Engineer III
An exciting role exists for an electrical/mechatronics engineer within the Powered Vehicles Group (PVG) Advanced Development Team at FOX. The Advanced Development Team creates, develops and implements new technologies for a range of FOX markets, including motorcycles, off-road vehicles, ATVs, snowmobiles, automobiles and future transportation modes.

The candidate will be instrumental in the development of innovative concepts and next-generation IP. Being part of a small team, he or she must be a creative, forward-thinker that is dedicated to advancing the technological capabilities of FOX. The candidate must also demonstrate a relevant and highly motivated work history. The successful candidate must also possess good mechanical aptitude and have a working understanding of mechanical design.

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