Regional Sales Manager - U.S. Northwest

Company Name:
Career Transitions, LLC
Regional Sales
- U. S. Northwest

Regional Sales Manager full-time, permanent
is open for candidates for the location of Northwest Region of the U.S. Candidates may work remotely in
, South or
north dakota
, or possibly other adjoining states. The client is a global manufacturer and manufactures wire products to multiple industries. The industry of focus in this job role is Agricultural.

The Regional Sales Manager will work in partnership with the inside sales managers and other team members to exceed customer expectations by delivering the best customer
and products in the agricultural industry. As the primary point of contact for all customers, he/she will be responsible for the development of sales and services within the organization. As a team member, you will work within the standard policies established for the business to meet budgeted sales budgets and quality standards.

Job requirements:
- B.S. or B.A. 4-year, undergraduate degree from an accredited university
- Outstanding communication, interpersonal and presentation skills
- Thorough knowledge of the agricultural wire market and products
- Ability to travel over extended periods of time, which includes overnight and weekends
- Must offer strong analytical skills, decisiveness, and the ability to resolve customer issues professionally and effectively
- MS Office applications
- Ability to work remotely in Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho, South or North Dakota, or possibly other adjoining states
- Ability to lift up to 75 lbs.

Benefits include: performance bonus, benefit package consisting of medical, dental, vision, and a premier 401(K) package with a match up to 7% of earnings.

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