We're Growing! EPC Seeking to Hire a Technical Sales Manager
Are you encoder savvy and sales smart? A team leader, successful in finding growth opportunities and developing long-term customer and channel relationships? Want to work with a market leader--that happens to be located in an award-winning four-season recreation destination? Then you might be interested in this job opportunity at Encoder Products Company.
Here's the Job Opening as advertised on LinkedIn:
Technical Sales Manager: Motion Control---
Plan, direct, and control sales activities for the Americas Division. This includes establishing sales goals, training programs for sales representatives, and analyzing statistics to determine sales potential. Other duties include the development of distribution partners and key customer accounts.
Full time position with benefits including medical, dental, 401K match, profit sharing, and more. Salary DOE.
Desired Skills and Experience:
- Experience managing technical sales or automation equipment distribution
- Electrical or mechanical engineering degree is preferred.
- Travel ability and relocation to northern Idaho are required.
- Business or marketing degree/experience is a plus.
- Must have strong interpersonal skills, organizational skills, and work well in a team environment.
Established in 1969, Encoder Products Company (EPC) is an industry leader in the design and manufacturing of optical rotary encoders. EPC is the largest privately owned encoder manufacturer in the United States. EPC employs about 140 people at its 100,000 square foot facility in Sagle, ID. EPC also has manufacturing plants in Europe and Asia.
Come join our team and work in one of the most beautiful places in the US, known for its arts community and outdoor recreation. Located in the panhandle of northern Idaho, our small town, (Sandpoint, population 7,365) is the ideal place for raising a family. Our proximity to Lake Pend Orielle (148 square miles, 1200 ft. deep) and award winning Schweitzer Mountain Resort (2,900 acres) offers unlimited outdoor activities. From music and art festivals to hunting, hiking, snow sports, and boating - there is plenty to do in northern Idaho.
How to Apply:
To apply, visit the Careers page at www.encoder.com. Also see links to sites detailing the area’s economic and recreational opportunities. AAP/EEO.