nd, no matter the length of the process – constantly babysitting client and candidate, looking for the Signs that can “close” or create that process to fail. Always remembering that at the same time, the process is to Assist for the betterment both our client and candidate to the best of our ability.
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sales of machines costing $50k to several hundred thousand dollars and they would like them with experience in the food industry.
Search For : capital machinery, sales, food industry, meat industry, plant layout, equipment layout, economic justifications analysis, production systems.
Position Title Regional Sales Manager #1291
Salary Range $60k base (we have wiggle room on the base) plus commission (should be at around $100k at plan)
Relocation Yes - but try to keep it in the area. Should be a lot of candidates local
Fee % 25%
Location Chicago Area
- Promote, develop and sell new equipment to existing and new customers.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- This sales representative will travel within the geographic sales territory to make customer presentations, familiarize customers with Company’s products and demonstrate their equipment.
- Prepares documents such as: price quotations, terms of sales, delivery dates and service obligations.
- Analyze technological changes in the meat processing industry and assist in developing the overall company marketing effort.
- Oversees the development of proposed plant layouts for customers, demonstrate equipment and shows existing operations where permissible.
- Submits periodic reports detailing sales activities, forecasts and expenses.
- This position will require the sales representative to travel between 80 – 100 nights a year.
- Arranges travel schedule and makes travel arrangements through the Company Travel Department.
- Bachelor of Science in Management/Marketing or equivalent experience.
- Five to ten years experience selling capital machinery is a must.
- Mechanical aptitude with ability to understand blueprints, and plant/equipment layouts.
- Familiarity with food industry, economic justifications analysis and production systems.
We need someone with experience selling capital equipment. By capital equipment I mean machines that go for $50K up to several hundred thousand dollars. We do not need someone that calls on customers weekly to see how many pieces/parts of a certain product they need.
1. Bachelor of Science in Management/Marketing or equivalent experience.
2. 5 + years experience selling capital machinery (Machines costing $50k to several hundred thousand dollars).
3. Experience with blueprints and plant/equipment layouts.
4. Experience with economic justifications analysis and production systems.
5. Food industry experience is preferred.
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ManagementTech.com (TMT), the world's most comprehensive online and searchable directory of talent management technologies, features listings of career sites and industry professionals, available for perusal at no cost.
"Most professionals only know about the largest job boards, which advertize loudly," said RD Whitney, founder of TalentManagementTech.com and CEO of sister site www.Onrec.com/US, both part of the online publishing arm in the U.S. for U.K.-based Tarsus Group plc. "However, savvy career coaches will encourage individuals to dig much deeper and include niche industry and job function career sites as part of a job search campaign."
The TMT Directory lists more than a thousand firms that offer technologies and services for the talent management professions, and anyone who has a professional profile on TMT may also create, enhance and expand his or her company's listing in the TMT directory. Through its affiliation with Onrec.com, Online Recruitment Magazine, the Onrec 2009 Conference and Expo (www.Onrec.com/Expo2009) and other global media properties belonging to Tarsus, TMT is able to reach hundreds of thousands in the talent management industry. Furthermore, the site marshals the very latest in Web 2.0 functionality to create a free online community that helps improve search engine optimization (SEO) for professionals in human resources and recruiting and in talent management technologies and services.
"The landscape of job boards has changed dramatically since the last economic downturn," said Whitney. “While large sites remain influential, a host of niche job boards, industry job portals, association sites and job aggregators are available as resources -- and usually free of charge. HR professionals can assist exiting employees by pointing them in the direction of these career management tools."
"HR professionals should be familiar with the new generation of job sites," Whitney concluded. "Fortunately, TMT features a great many of them in its extensive online directory of talent management technology that help HR professionals manage the entire lifecycle of employees, including these employees' outplacement."
Whitney encouraged talent management professionals to register at TMT, which is free to do and prompts the system to generate an e-mail that provides further instructions on how to create and enhance a personal profile and post content to the site.
TalentManagementTech.com (TMT), the most comprehensive searchable directory online of talent management technologies and services, is a creation of Caroo Media, the online media division of Tarsus Group plc (www.Tarsus.com), the international B2B media company. TMT runs on the new FireStarter B2B community platform (www.MyFirestarter.com), enabling anyone to interact on the site and become his or her very own "firestarter" of content. In addition to the many free activities available to all, TMT offers the TMT PR Boost Campaign™, harnessing the power of public relations for Web 2.0 to dramatically improve a firm's search engine presence through PRSEO (public relations search engine optimization). TMT's editor in chief will work with a company to draft a marketing statement and article that cast that business in the best possible light. This becomes the TMT Spotlight, the centerpiece of the TMT PR Boost Campaign. The TMT Spotlight displays on the TMT homepage for an extended period of time and at Onrec USA, and TMT sees to it that the TMT Spotlight displays in online news search results. Additionally, a company that participates in the TMT PR Boost Campaign retains rights to reprints of the TMT Spotlight and has the opportunity to conduct a related webinar, which TMT advertises to its lists of thousands of talent management professionals.
The following individuals are available to answer questions and to provide more information about TMT:
RD Whitney, CEO of Caroo Media and Founder of TMT
e-mail: rwhitney AT tarsus-inc DOT com
Brent Skinner, Editor in Chief of TMT
e-mail: editor AT talentmanagementtech DOT com
office phone: 603-925-1160…
Added by RD Whitney at 4:21pm on February 10, 2009