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Job ID:01-2022
Job Posted: Jan 22, 2020
Job Location:GP:50 is located in Grand Island, NY.
Job Department:Sales
Job Level: Experienced
Position Type:Full Time
Travel:50% - 75%

Position Summary:

Under general direction, the Regional Sales Manager will promote, sell, specify, present, and quote product model pricing; provide factory technical support to independent distributors; perform training seminars; conduct sales certification training; attend industry exhibitions; cultivate sales prospect listings and develop potential customers; and annually grow sales volume.

Key Responsibilities:

1.Develop new sales opportunities
2.Maintains favorable relationships with existing clients and contacts via both personal and telephone sales calls and trade shows
3.Provides weekly activity/call reports concerning customer-related activities for quotes, orders, and problems concerning customer/vendor relationships
4.Attend and manage trade shows/exhibits
5.Support manufacturer’s representatives with joint calls and technical support

Two-year technical degree and 3-5 years’ sales experience. Experience in industrial controls, sensors, heaters, HVAC, industrial security systems, energy management, facility control systems, or process control equipment, preferred.

Ability to travel 50-75 percent of the time.

1.Strong communication skills, self-motivated, personable, and well-organized
2.Technical aptitude with an attention to detail
3.Knowledge of Microsoft Office products—Word, Excel

1.Personal computer (Microsoft products Word, Excel, Internet Explorer as well as CRM and MRP software); typical office machines including telephone, copier, and fax machine
2.Smart devices

1.Involves irregular working hours both in and out of the office
2.Assistance with setting up or taking down trade show equipment
3.Travel via air or car

1.Must be able to organize and prioritize multiple tasks

1.Works in a typical office setting 25-50 percent of the time
2.Air travel or driving out of town 50-75 percent of the time

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