Hiring a successful salesperson is never easy – WHY? One major reason is that even the average ones are really good at selling themselves. Like all top people, top sales professionals are looking for growth, challenge and learning opportunities, not just another job. The top people are not looking for lateral moves, but significant career advancement.
Hiring the best starts by defining what the new hire needs to accomplish to be considered successful. This means defining the real work involved, not just skills and experiences, but the challenges and critical deliverables expected of a top performer.
The performance-based interview process that we employ will identify those candidates who can demonstrate past successes. It involves digging deep into each candidate’s background, looking for comparable, measurable accomplishments.
- Sales Representative (general)
- Sales Representative (specialized field)
- Sales Manager
- Branch Manager (specialized field)
- Plant Manager
- Assistant Plant Manager
- Product Marketing Manager
- Production Manager
- Quality Assurance Manager
All positions require at least two to three years previous working experience.