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Sales Specialist
Carpenter Technology USAAllentown, PA
Aware of cost and assists in controlling costs related to own workRemote work / Home office can be within the sales territory - State of Florida preferredREQUIREMENTSFour-year college degree preferred.
Sales Specialist
Carpenter Technology USAReading, PA
SALES SPECIALIST - REMOTE BASED OUT OF FLORIDAPRIMARY DUTIESMaintain and grow established sales territoryManages an existing customer base with a minimum sustained territory size of $5 to $30 million.
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You will work to understand the individual value proposition that you can drive for each of your customers and then you will work to put that plan into action.
The ideal telesales partner would have prior experience selling into this market segment, and/or experience in the certifications sales industry.
Sales Specialist
Carpenter Technology USAPittsburgh, PA
Typically, 3-5 years of sales/relationship management experience. Generates a minimum of 15% new, profitable sales each fiscal year. Carpenter Technology Corporation is a in the development, manufacture, and distribution of cast/wrought and powder metal stainless steels and specialty alloys including high temperature (iron-nickel-cobalt base), stainless, superior corrosion resistant, controlled expansion alloys, ultra-high strength and implantable alloys, tool and die steels, and other specialty metals as well as cast/wrought titanium alloys.
Sales Specialist
Carpenter Technology USABethlehem, PA
Manages time and territory in conjunction with regional manager on a bi-weekly basis. We provide materials solutions to the ever-changing needs of the automotive, aerospace/ defense, energy, industrial, medical, and consumer products industries.
Sales Specialist
Carpenter Technology USAErie, PA
Territory will include transactional and strategic accounts with a potential of platinum accounts. Carpenter Technology Corporation's policy is to fully and effectively maintain a program of equal employment opportunity and nondiscrimination for all employees, to employ affirmative action for all protected classes, and to recruit and develop the best qualified persons available regardless of age, race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, political affiliation or any other characteristic protected by law.
Sales Specialist
Carpenter Technology USAScranton, PA
The Company also will recruit, develop and provide opportunities for qualified persons with disabilities and protected veterans. Since it is all about innovation at Carpenter, we are continuing to grow and develop our business strategies.
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Sales Specialist
Carpenter Technology USA
Remote work / Home office can be within the sales territory - State of Florida preferred. Maintain and grow established sales territory. Remote work / Home office can be within the sales territory - State of Florida preferred.
Sales Specialist
Carpenter Technology USALancaster, PA
Spends up to 50% of time focusing on growth through new & existing customers via new and existing products. Knowledge of product offerings, product functionality and alloy applications - preferredProficient knowledge of markets and pricing practices/policiesFlexibility when faced with frequently changing prioritiesStrong goal and results orientation; high energy.
Sales Specialist
Carpenter Technology USAPhiladelphia, PA
BS/BA in any related field. HS Diploma required.

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