Latest Jobs from SEMA Career Center

January 2020 News DT Staff

Are you looking to get your foot in the door into the automotive industry? The SEMA Career Center has a great listing of automotive-related job openings around the country, so give that page a peek. Listed below are some of the latest jobs posted to the board:

In-house Technical Resource Specialist
Powertrain Products Inc. is hiring an in-house technical resource specialist to provide phone support in a high-volume automotive environment. The ideal candidate should have five years’ experience in the automotive field working at the dealership, repair shop level or in claims adjusting. Must be well versed in understanding labor times and general mechanical repair knowledge in order to make decisions on repair directions and convey them on both a B2C and B2B level. This position is responsible for the intake of claims, setting diagnostic paths and executing the repair process over the phone, and recording the entire process in the company’s claims management system.

Machine Shop Manager
FOX Factory Inc. is hiring a machine shop manager to oversee the day-to-day machining production operations, production scheduling and leading the existing team of machinists across four shifts. Candidates must have a B.S. in manufacturing engineering, five to 10 years of experience in a managerial role and hands-on experience with all types of manual machines (lathes/mills) and various CNC machines. Automotive experience is preferred.

Inventory Control Manager
COMP Performance Group is hiring an inventory control manager responsible for maintaining inventory accuracy, warehouse location maintenance and optimizing space utilization and process quality. This position will also be responsible for inventories at all COMP Performance Group locations. The inventory control specialist will be hands-on while leading their team, with a heavy emphasis on reporting, analytics and building a strong system of procedures to deliver exceptional inventory accuracy. Candidates must have a degree in operations, supply chain or a related business field or equivalent years of experience; a strong understanding of personnel management and development; and more than three years’ related experience, preferably in a manufacturing and/or a warehouse environment.

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