SEMA eNews Vol. 15, No. 1, January 5, 2012

Job-Hunting? Top Automotive Jobs Here

Are you hunting for a new job? The “Positions Available” section in the
SEMA Member Classifieds lists more than 50 job openings around the
country. Here are some of the latest classifieds posted to the website.

  • A Brea, California-based, wheel designer has an opening for an accounting clerk to perform tasks that include A/P and A/R administration, as well as monthly bank reconciliations, monthly P&L reports, and balance sheets in accordance with company policy and procedures. Candidates must have strong bookkeeping skills as demonstrated by at least 3–4 years of responsible bookkeeping experience, proficiency using accounting software, and the ability to multi-task and assist with projects.
  • RavenWorks is seeking a CNC programmer/operator who can work with the company's in-house machinery, software and tooling to develop and create a line of CNC parts from conception to production. This person will need to be able to start on day one with a full understanding on how all of our equipment and software works; training will not be offered. The company is looking to fill the position immediately. Job requirements include a minimum of five years experience; capability of running in-house machinery and software before being hired; and the ability to work independently as a problem-solver, complete projects in a timely manner and demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • TJM USA is seeking an internal, full-time, entry-level salesperson for the company's location in Riverside, California. Duties include inside and outside sales calls, sales reporting, CRM entry, account management, trade show and event travel, product inventory reconciliation and general in-house North America duties. Candidate must be well versed in the off-road automotive aftermarket and be able to demonstrate background in categories such as suspension, drivetrain, recovery and general off-road automotive accessories.

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