Sonepar USA12,977 positions
You believe that the most important asset in an organization is the people and you’re the one that knows how to connect military talent to Sonepar USA openings.
Associates are also given a Business Leader assignment to present at the end of the program to the Sonepar Executive Leadership.
Summary This position is responsible for the leadership, issuance and support of T&E and Procurement credit cards for a large number of Sonepar operating companies which will at times have varying guidelines.
Sonepar USA provides our operating companies with corporate support, to help them make decisions every day based on their regional needs.
From Maine to Miami, Providence to Portland, Sonepar USA is the fastest growing distributorship in the USA. Not a chain, but a network of distributors who deliver the finest service and highest quality electrical products available.
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