SEMA And Auto Care Association Partner On Industry Job Board

SEMA And Auto Care Association Partner On Industry Job Board

The Auto Care Association also recently partnered with Babcox Media, combining AftermarketJobs and Auto Care Career Hub with the Industry Job Board.

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The Auto Care Association and the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) have announced a new partnership to support the Industry Job Board, autocarecareers.org, and the recently-launched SEMA Career Center. The partnership creates a network between both job boards of available positions and resumes of qualified candidates in the auto care industry.

The Auto Care Association also recently partnered with Babcox Media, combining AftermarketJobs and Auto Care Career Hub with the Industry Job Board.

“As part of the Auto Care Association’s Job and Career Development program, the Industry Job Board is quickly expanding to create a single industry-wide resource to find top talent,” said Bill Hanvey, president and CEO, Auto Care Association. “We are excited to continue to connect and share with other organizations passionate about recruiting the best of the best in the auto care industry.”

“Finding qualified employees with specific skills and relevant work experience are top challenges facing SEMA members,” said Zane Clark, director, education, SEMA. “The SEMA Career Center addresses this challenge and makes it easy for automotive employers to connect with job seekers that are best suited for their needs.”

The Industry Job Board, an easy-to-use resource for both applicants and employers, is designed to be a central hub where auto care job seekers and job creators connect. The job board currently hosts hundreds of positions available today in marketing, finance, legal, human resources, information technology, logistics, sales, international trade, facility management, technicians and hundreds of other career specialties in the auto care industry.

The newly-redesigned website, autocarecareers.org, promotes the diverse careers and opportunities in the auto care industry. The upgraded website features innovative tools to help companies recruit the best and brightest new talent to the industry, including a custom-built, interactive career accelerator featuring five industry segments, a comprehensive recruiting resource guide and the job board.

For more information, visit www.autocarecareers.org, or contact Courtney Hammer at [email protected] or 301-654-6664.

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