SEMA eNews Vol. 16, No. 18, May 2, 2013

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.

  • Edelbrock LLC, located in Torrance, California, is hiring a jig and fixture builder to machine and assemble a variety of standard and non-standard jigs, fixtures and related tooling for the production machining of automotive engine components. The successful candidate will have a high school diploma and at least five years' experience in a related area; familiarity with standard concepts, practices and procedures; knowledge of machine cutting tools and finishes; and be able to read machining blueprints. 
  • Xtreme Diesel Performance LLC, located in Wall Township, New Jersey, is hiring an inside technical sales representative to handle incoming sales-related phone calls and e-mails and enter customers' orders in the company's order management system. The ideal candidate will have strong sales aptitude and automotive industry experience.
  • Wheel Vintiques, located in City of Industry, California, is hiring a sales and customer service representative to receive inbound sales calls, assist customers with product selection and maintain relationships with existing customers and create relationships with new customers. The ideal candidate will be able to work 8–10 car shows across the country, have a high school diploma and prior sales experience and be able to lift and move up to 50 lbs. regularly.
  • AAM Competition LLC, located in Annapolis Junction, Maryland, is hiring a dealer and wholesale account manager to assist with product marketing and expand the company's product line offering across the United States and abroad. The ideal candidate will have at least three years' sales and marketing experience and thorough knowledge of the automotive aftermarket industry.

View more listings from SEMA's Automotive Classifieds listings.

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