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Kirt Blattenberger
 Post subject: Sales Manager - Microphase
Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2012 5:21 pm 
 
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Sales Manager

We are currently searching for Sales Manager in the following parts of the U.S. - Northeast. Based in these locations you will be an integral part of the Sales Team, you will be responsible for assisting Microphase Corporation in growing sales and market share by meeting Microphase's Design and Revenue goals for all product families and geographies. The incumbent is also responsible for calling on customers and promoting Microphase Products. The Sales Manager is also responsible for growing profitable sales through existing customer relationships and simultaneously developing sales with new customers. This position reports directly to the GM.

Desired Skills & Experience

The ideal candidates will posses the following:•Bachelor's Degree, BSEE or MSEE plus 5 to 7 years of engineering and business related experience in RF industry; including RF applications, target markets and component design

•Experience calling on customer and promoting technology

•Ability to read, analyze and understand technical documents

•Excellent verbal and written communication skills, plus excellent presentation, organizational and negotiation skills

•Project experience

U.S. CITIZENSHIP REQUIRED

Regular Travel within the Region is required

If you're independent, self-motivated, enthusiastic, dedicated, interested in joining an industry leader and a US citizen, we want to hear from you!

Company Description

Microphase Corporation has continued to set new standards of excellence in the RF electronics industry.

Starting with the design and manufacture of the first diplexer for Lockheed Corporation in 1995.

We are known throughout the world as an innovative and reliable supplier of highly engineered hardware for operational and advanced military systems, Microphase manufactures critical microwave electronic components, sub-assemblies and integrated sub-systems for the Military Electronics Defense and Avionics Industries as well as commercial broadband electronic industry. For over 50 years our products have contributed to the accuracy and performance of radar and missile guidance systems, and to many other highly sophisticated electronics intelligence applications.

Always ready to accept the next challenge, we are proud of the important contributions Microphase has made to our nation's defense (Homeland Security), to its space program, to the communications industry and to important events in history.

Additional Information

•Type: Full-time

•Experience: Mid-Senior level

•Functions: Sales

•Industries: Defense & Space

•Compensation: DOE+ Commissions

Contact

Angela Bollettieri

Microphase Corporation

http://www.microphase.com

Phone (203) 831-2249

Fax (203) 857-0439

abollettieri@microphase.com

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