SEMA eNews Vol. 22, No. 44, October 31, 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.

Returns Associate
Moss Motors Ltd. is hiring a returns associate responsible for handling returned or non-conforming merchandise in a timely and appropriate manner based on company policy and requirements for the product returned. Associates communicate with customer and vendor contacts and various internal departments, including quality assurance, purchasing, warehousing and accounting, to expedite movement of a designated product. Candidates must have familiarity with receiving and returns processes.

Customer Success Lead
Group-A Engineering is hiring an experienced customer success expert with engine—primarily import—and suspension experience to help the company grow and provide the highest level of customer satisfaction. Candidates must be automotive aftermarket enthusiasts, have a passion for helping people and the ability to utilize those attributes for this position. A minimum of five years’ experience within the automotive industry and import experience are pluses.

Vice President of Marketing
Ranch Hand Truck Accessories is hiring a vice president of marketing who will continue to expand the brand geographically and pursue a high-growth strategy. This position is responsible for providing strategic leadership for the department by guiding the team. The individual will be eager to begin market research and planning strategic direction for promotion and advertising. With a considerable background in marketing and planning, the candidate will be well equipped with strategic and analytical practices. The vice president of marketing will report directly to the Ranch Hand president. In conjunction with the Ranch Hand executive team, the individual will be responsible for developing business models that encourage the success of the department.

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