Sante Fe Products seeking account manager and director of sales


MADISON, WI — Therma-Stor LLC recently announced two open positions within its Sante Fe Products line sales staff, according to a press release.

The open positions with Therma Store, parent company of Phoenix Restoration Equipment, are account manager and director of sales.

Account manager: This position is “directly responsible for implementation of a sales strategy to improve sales, increase brand awareness and foster customer loyalty,” and it requires:

  • A bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience;
  • 3-5 years outside, multi-state sales experience;
  • Communication, information gathering and problem solving/analytical skills;
  • Preferred industry knowledge.

Director of sales: This position leads “the efforts to increase the sales and profitability of the Santa Fe brand of products,” and it requires:

  • A bachelor’s degree or directly relevant experience equivalent (master’s degree preferred);
  • 5-7 years sales management experience;
  • Development and execution skills for strategic sales expansion plans;
  • Ability to identify new markets and product ideas;
  • A proven track record managing sales force(s).

Please click here for complete job description and application procedure information.

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