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Job Number:003924 Job Title:Senior Sales Account Executive Number of Openings:1 Job Type (Employment Type):Direct Hire Country:United States State/Province:New York City:New York Job Schedule:Full Time Level of Education:Four-Year Degree Years of Experience:10 Position5/4/2015 New York, NY Save This Job
Description: At Silvon, the Area Sales Manager owns the business opportunities in the territory. While working with both our installed base of accounts, and leveraging partners to generate new business activity, you will be interfacing with line of business managers, executives5/24/2015 Chicago, IL Save This Job
We seek a Sales Account Manager to sell the Empirix portfolio of Service Assurance products. The ideal candidate will have a successful track record selling network equipment to Verizon/AT&T and knowledge of Service Assurance, OSS, Traditional Telecom and IP networks. The5/26/2015 Bedford, MA Save This Job
Initially, The Director of International Sales will primarily drive new account sales of cyber solutions to international government. He or She will also own multiple international installed base accounts and will be expected to dramatically grow sales. The installed base account5/4/2015 Hayward, CA Save This Job
The process of sales training hasn?t meaningfully changed since Dale Carnegie introduced his approach in 1937. While billions of dollars are being invested annually, sales training effectiveness remains questionable, with little or no impact on the many KPIs that sales leadership5/18/2015 Denver, CO Save This Job