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The Used Equipment Territory Sales Manager is a new position created to support AWP’s recent geographic alignment and desire to streamline our focus on the Used Equipment business. The manager will be responsible for all business processes related to used equipment including; creating valuations of Genie & non-Genie equipment, coordination of quote packages with sales, issuing of PO’s, selection of delivery locations, inventory management, development of sales channels and coordination of sales activities. The manager will be responsible for internal & external reporting and continuous improvement activities related to used equipment in the Americas. This position will report directly to the Manager, Used Equipment--Americas.
Major responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:
Establish and maintain relationships with brokers & wholesalers
Establish and maintain auction relationships
Establish and maintain relationships with the Genie International Sales team
Technical Skills and Abilities
Actively seeks out customer centered needs assessments as a way of setting strategic priorities, as the basis for key decision making. Strong sense of analysis and analytic tools as an essential part of strategic decision making.
Customer Focused Strategy Development
Must be able to travel, including overnights as needed to manage the assigned territory.
Up to 60% travel