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Direct Hire
Oct 16, 2017
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Regional Sales Manager

Southern California 

The company is headquartered in California, been in business for 20+ years, showing solid growth, has a strategically located State of the Art Fabrication facility to service the entire state.

But more important than that is how the company truly understands what it means to value and appreciate its employees. They do so many little things that really make a difference beyond just having a good benefits package (health, medical, dental) and bonus program.

For starters.…

  1. The Founder & CEO (same person) is personally invested in the lives of his employees. They have a strong family feel. He is known to go out of his way to help employees.  Also, the substantial number of long-term employees is a hallmark of a very stable company.

When it comes to supporting Sales…. They are fantastic.

  1. Consistently investing in cutting edge technology and machinery,
    1. which significantly reduces production time, and creates a better end product
  2. They have a corporate fleet of Freightliner trucks
    1. which both, significantly controls and accelerates delivery times
  3. In some instances, they have been known to process Rush orders at same price as Standard orders, which drives and supports their commitment to a long-term partnership strategy with their clients
  4. They have a Corporate plane and Club 33 access to attract & retain key clients


They really make it easy to sell, and they get what it means to take care of their own!


  1. As the Regional Sales Manager for Southern California, the buck stops with you.
  2. Simply put, the expansion and growth strategy is to enter and dominate the Southern California market.
  3. Recognizing there is no internal sales competition for your geographical area,
    1. You possess unlimited opportunity.
  4. Autonomy in developing and securing business from
    1.  New as well as your existing book of clients.
  5. It’s also important to note that because they have not set a ceiling on total compensation, the sky is truly the limit.