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Sales Leader - Stationary Power Systems

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A large, critical power system distributor in the Northeast is looking for a highly driven and energetic Sales Leader.

The Role You’ll Play

This company is growing fast. The Northeastern US territory is critical to their growth and the opportunity to take a large chunk of the US and own it is right there waiting for the right, dynamic and technically skilled sales manager to take it and run with it.

They offer innovative product lines in support of stationary/reserve power systems across a spectrum of industries including telco, data center, government, military, and utilities. If you have the contacts within those industries to put sales quotas to bed easily, then this role will reward you exceptionally well.

In this role, you will have the chance to demonstrate your exceptional out-of-the-box thinking, while developing creative solutions to your clients' needs. If you are tired of being a small cog in a big wheel, then this role may offer you the autonomy and opportunity to demonstrate your technical expertise and client management skills to their greatest advantage.

An organized and efficient thinker with a strong, ethical mindset. You value the advantages of both working independently and with the support of a small close-knit team of remote-based sales managers across the US.


Who You Are

  • A true hunter. The kind of sales rockstar who has spearheaded exponential sales growth for a smaller company's products within the critical power sector.

  • Independent and self-driven, you know exactly what it takes to be successful on the road managing a territory.

  • Demonstrate thorough knowledge and expertise across all aspects of stored power systems, with a proven track record of solution based sales working with engineering and procurement teams both internally and externally.

  • Experience working for both larger and smaller vendors in the critical/backup power industry.

  • An outstanding network of active contacts within data center, telco, utilities, solar and wind power industries as well as any other business with critical backup power requirements.

  • Can take a large territory filled with opportunity and make it your own? ‘First person on the ground’ experience would be very useful. Although this territory has had some work done within it, the field is wide open for growth.

Community

  • Wherever you call home, this is a remote position!

  • Access to good, high-speed internet service

  • All the benefits associated with working on a distributed team

Background Profile

  • Minimum of 5 years of Stationary Power System sales experience including Stationary battery sales, system design of DC power, and distribution equipment.

  • Bachelors Degree in business, Electrical Engineering, or another technical field, plus sales experience.

  • Knowledge of industry standards i.e. IEEE, NEMA, NERC, UL, etc.

  • Computer: proficiency with Microsoft suite, CRM packages.


Electronic Data Interface (EDI) Analyst / Coordinator

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The Role You’ll Play

Do you love rising to the occasion and working through complex challenges using your EDI skills and customer service chops? As the EDI Coordinator for a global manufacturer, you will have the opportunity to interact with all levels of the organization from VPs to techs, both inside and outside the company. You will use your EDI experience to resolve challenges and help create smooth business processes both for customers and internal teams. You will exercise flexibility and a willingness to jump in with solutions when a problem arises. You will not let any stressful situation derail your process or prevent you from solving the problems in front of you. You will pride yourself on your clear, professional communication style and ability to ask questions to understand the solutions needed to a problem. Does this sound like you? If so, this might be a great next step for your career!


Who You Are

  • Well versed in EDI processes and functions in a manufacturing setting, able to troubleshoot and work independently.

  • Passionate about customer service with a drive to see challenges overcome and business process function seamlessly.

  • An excellent, clear communicator with both written and verbal skills, able to speak to customers and internal teams alike to resolve challenges.

  • Capable of working autonomously with a remote global team.

  • Flexible with your time and capable to handle stressful situations with ease.

  • Quick to jump in and find a solution when a problem arises.

  • Willing to learn and grow your career and EDI expertise.

Community

  • Wherever you call home-- this is a remote position!

  • Access to good, high-speed internet service.

  • All the benefits associated with working on a distributed team.

  • An amazing commute time!

  • You might not have a water cooler to gather around, but you don’t have to wear pants to work!

Background Profile

  • Bachelor's Degree in a related field + 5 years of EDI experience + 2 years of customer service experience OR 5 years of EDI experience + 5 years of customer service experience

  • Experience in all facets of EDI, including basic transaction set mapping, trading partner setup, testing, and implementation

  • JDE Enterprise One 9.0 software knowledge (highly preferred)

  • Ability to be on call 24/7 as needed (~10%)

  • Ability to travel as needed (~15%)

  • Cleo Lexicom knowledge (preferred)

  • IBM Sterling knowledge (preferred) 

  • TrustedLink Software knowledge (preferred)

  • AS400 software knowledge (preferred) 

  • Exposure to FTP & sFTP protocols and FTP Server 

  • Understanding of X12, EDIFACT, idoc, flat file data formats 

  • Understanding of supply chain X12 EDI transactions like 810, 850, 855, 860, 865, 856, 940, 945, 997, 864 etc. and corresponding EDIFACT transactions