SEMA eNews Vol. 22, No. 20, May 16, 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.

Account Manager: Agency Power is looking for talented and motivated individuals to join their team. The company is looking to add sales professionals with strong backgrounds in business to business (B2B) sales to grow our dealer/wholesale program. Business development of dealers, direct marketing and closing sales are tasks that are accomplished day in and day out. Successful candidates will be extremely reliable with strong computer skills, a familiarity with creating contacts and conducting follow-up with customers, and a solid understanding of late-model cars, trucks and UTVs, as well as general automotive knowledge applying to turbochargers, exhausts, intakes and additional performance components.

Technical/Customer Success Position: Group-A Engineering is seeking a highly motivated and experienced customer success expert  with engine—primarily import—and suspension experience to support company growth and provide the highest level of customer satisfaction. The successful candidate will be an enthusiast with a passion for helping people and applying those attributes to this position.

Qualifications and Requirements: A minimum of five years of experience in the automotive industry (import experience a plus); the ability to be self-managed and lead your team; and engine, vehicle electronics, and suspension experience. A passion for the automotive performance industry is a must.

Senior Mechanical Design Engineer: Cognito Motorsports is looking for an experienced mechanical design engineer. The designer will be responsible for working with existing designs and generating new design concepts to further the brand. Essential duties include providing production support to the machining and assembly areas; analyzing engineering sketches, specifications and related data and drawings to determine design factors such as size, shape and arrangement of parts; and using computer-assisted design/drafting equipment and software to develop designs.

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