Boca Raton, FLOffice Depot, Inc. is an American office supply retailing company headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, United States. The company has combined annual sales of approximately $11 billion, and employs about 38,000 associates with businesses in the United States.
Sales SupervisorOffice DepotWest Lake Hills, TXIs a business services sales leader and a role model for superior customer service by demonstrating an understanding and high degree of proficiency using the Office Depot and Office Max sales principles. Full-time
General ManagerOffice DepotColorado Springs, COJob DescriptionResponsibilities At Office Depot and Office Max, every leader is responsible for growing total sales and services within the location. Full-time
General ManagerOffice DepotLansdale, PAResponsible for managing and planning staffing needs using the labor model and workforce management system to ensure effective, cost efficient scheduling is in place. Full-time
Sales SupervisorOffice DepotWadsworth, OHAs a Store Manager, Phillip was identified as a high potential leader and was selected for our Blue Angels program for leadership development which led to his current DSM role. Full-time
Business Development Rep - TechnologyOffice DepotArlington, VAEngage in sales activities outside of the office, face-to-face, including, but not limited to, creating relationships with non-Office Depot customers and develop a clear, complete understanding of their potential business issues and needs for more than 50% of work time
Solutions AdvisorOffice DepotWest Des Moines, IADrives Technology, Tech Services, Furniture and Print sales by supporting all related current programs, new product launches and special initiatives. Full-time
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