SEMA eNews Vol. 23, No. 19, May 7, 2020

Everything You Need For Landing Your Next Job in the Automotive Industry

By Ashley Reyes

  Online Job Board
The SEMA Online Career center provides access to essential interview steps and key interview pointers that will help you build a star interview technique.
   

During the nation’s safer-at-home directives, many are filling their time reading a book, taking up a new hobby or discovering a new recipe. It’s also an ideal time to brush up on career skills and professional development.   

Since 2016, the SEMA Career Center has provided automotive job candidates with resources, including career coaching, resume writing, business etiquette best practices and more. Whether a mid-career professional, a senior executive or an automotive professional just entering the job market, having access to the latest trainings and industry connections are essential to growing and achieving your career goals.

“Now more than ever, job seekers are taking advantage of their extra time to research ways on how to not only apply for jobs, but also create a profile that stands out and will grab an employer’s attention,” said SEMA senior director of education Zane Clark. “When they are ready to apply, the SEMA Online Job Board offers a unique blend of interactive modules and tools to assist them in their career search efforts.”

Protecting your personal brand and putting your best face forward in an interview is also essential to making a good first impression. The SEMA Online Career center provides access to essential interview steps and key interview pointers that will help you build a star interview technique.  

Candidates can also post resumes and receive alerts when potential new openings are posted. For students and recent graduates, seek out what internships are available or apply directly with a verified job seeker account. Over the past year, more than 1,000 job listings have been posted for positions that include customer service, automotive network engineering, marketing, executive management, operations and more.

Whatever changes lay ahead, the SEMA Career Center is available to help users succeed by enabling them to create a stronger presence in the workforce. Visit the SEMA Online Job Board today to access SEMA’s online database that provides resources and interactive modules to help job seekers maximize their potential for success.

For more information, contact SEMA’s Senior Manager, Education AJ Carney at andreac@sema.org.  

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