OEM Sales Rep-Teak Isle Mfg

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Teak Isle

As the OEM sales representative, you’ll be the face of the company. Our reps carry the responsibility of developing new business opportunities without losing the focus on our existing OEM customers. Some travel is required in order to facilitate face-to-face meetings and build solid working relationships with our customers. Position is salary-based with a commission incentive, and offers a competitive benefits package.

Responsibilities:

· Identify, pursue, and develop new sales opportunities

· Maintain contact with existing customers on a regular basis to ensure their satisfaction

· Communicate with our engineering and prototype departments to relay design needs

· Assist with pricing of new designs and projects

· Acknowledge, record, and update any change requests in necessary systems

· Attend and work trade shows

· Travel, occasionally on short notice; Approximately 15-20%

Core Competencies:

· Professional, approachable relationship builder

· Able to thrive in a fast-paced “get-it-done” work environment

· Confident, social leader who “works the room” when given the opportunity

· High work ethic; dedication to customer service and respect for others

· Excellent oral and written communication skills

Qualified Applicants will have /demonstrate:

· Experience working in the marine industry; must be able to demonstrate a technical aptitude and know your way around boats and/or boat manufacturing

· College degree is preferred. Some college coursework may be substituted by relevant work experience

· Proficiency in Microsoft Office; Word, Excel, Outlook

· Ability to read/interpret basic product drawings

· CAD and/or engineering experience a plus

· A good driving record

· References within the industry

Applicants MUST include a personal letter with your resume explaining why you are interested in and qualified for this position.

Please e-mail cover letter and resume to BDouglas@teakisle.com or visit www.TeakIsle.com

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