Business to Business Sales (Outside)

Company Name:
Orkin Pest Control
Job Description
Why Settle for Less than the Best?
Industry Leader Since 1901
Orkin Pest Control, a national residential and business service provider, is seeking a talented individual to expand our business-to-business sales in this market. Founded in 1901, we are one of the leading commercial services providers in the United States. We provide the most accurate, comprehensive and efficient pest management services for the hospitality, food services, industrial, retail and institutional markets.
Account Manager This position is an excellent career opportunity for an experienced, outside salesperson. The account manager will develop new business customers in their assigned area. Reporting to the Branch Manager, the Account Manager will be able to self-generate new leads and have the ability to close new commercial business in an outside sales environment. The Account Manager must also be able to develop and make presentations to key decision makers. The Account Manager must have the ability to quickly comprehend technical features of our services. Previous commercial prospecting and outside sales experience in a business-to-business environment is preferred.
You should have . . .
3 years outside sales experience (preferred)
Experience in a business to business setting (hospitality, institutional, industrial, manufacturing, food service)
Strong communication and interpersonal skills
Excellent follow-up and organizational skills
The ability to "self start" and work independently
A clean driving record/dependable transportation
The ability to pass a background check including a drug screen
We Offer . . . Paid Training
Salary + Commission + Car Allowance
Company Car (after meeting sales goals)
Medical Insurance
Dental Insurance
Life Insurance
Vision Insurance
401 (k) Plan
Long Term / Short Term Disability Plan
Management Opportunities
Orkin is an Equal Opportunity and Drug Free Employer.
Type: Full-Time
Category: Sales
Reference ID: 1302549
Date Posted: 01/20/2014

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