Account Executive

Company Name:
Career Development Partners
DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:

Supports achievement of sales and gross margin goals for their geographical area of responsibility.
Drives accelerated MW sales growth within identified MW Impact Accounts.
Supports Competitive Advantage Program (CAP) customer opportunities to deliver MW growth, achievement of cost savings goals and assist in the achievement of branch CAP signings.
Maintains a MW Opportunity Funnel to track progress and success on MW Growth activities.
Provides technical support for application opportunities to Outside Sales Associate's and Metalworkinhg Field Sales Rep's.
Coordinates local supplier support for tool testing in support of OSA's and MW OSA's (FSRs).
Supports strategic supplier initiatives driven by the Product Team.
Provides local private label technical and brand support.
Supports the Company Culture within all the undertakings of internal and external customer engagement to ensure unity of purpose and fulfillment of Company's mission.
Participates in special projects and performs additional duties as required

Required Skills

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:
High school diploma required: Bachelor's preferred.
Minimum 2 years of hands on machining applications experience or demonstrated proficiency in MW applications required.
Previous field sales experience with a distributor or metalworking tooling manufacturer is preferred.
Previous experience with machining productivity improvement or cost savings initiatives preferred.
Well rounded proficiency across broad range of metalworking applications is preferred.
Good communication skills are required.
Ability to work with cross-functional teams.
Computer proficiency in Microsoft Windows, Outlook, and Microsoft Office Programs.
A valid driver's license and the ability to travel are required

EOE


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