Commercial Sales Manager (NY, NJ, OH)
You know truck tires. You’ve partnered with dealers, distributors, and as a plus - OEMs - while building great relationships along the way. Your knowledge of commercial tires has not only made you an expert in over-the-road products, but you've also sold tires across a variety of segments to fleet customers.
OE Sales Manager
As an OEM Sales Manager, you'll manage existing accounts while developing business plans for product segment growth and targeting new clients. You’ve earned a Bachelor’s degree in sales, marketing, or business and have 5 years of sales experience in an original equipment manufacturing sales environment.
Regional Sales Manager [NorthEast]
Your previous experience in passenger and light truck tires sales has provided you with a strong foundation in customer satisfaction, closing, and sales tracking. You have strong organizational skills, the ability to communicate effectively with collaborators, and marketing know-how.
Midwest Area Sales Manager- Agriculture
As a Farm & Ag Sales Manager, you’ll be relied upon to increase customer loyalty through the creation and nurturing of B2B relationships. Your efforts will have a direct impact on the growth of the company’s sales in your assigned territory. You’ll be the go-to person and trusted advisor for a variety of customers in the area who are in search of high quality products that are backed by a good reputation.
Giant Tire Sales Manager
As the Giant Tire Regional Sales Manager, you will carry out the company’s plans to solidify important relationships in your region. You’ll spend time with technical staff, on training customers, and working with other members of the sales team. You will also support dealers through mutually beneficial relationships formed to promote the growth of your company’s sales and theirs.
Western Region Farm & Ag Territory Sales Manager - Canada
As the Western Region Farm & Ag Territory Sales Manager, you’ll increase dealer participation, sales, and market share for the company’s farm and forestry lines. You’ll make an impact in the short term strategy for the region, and be instrumental in helping the company’s long-term growth.
Senior Controls Engineer
You have an expert level knowledge of safety systems, automation technology, controls architecture, PLC design, development, implementing, and troubleshooting manufacturing equipment to increase productivity and quality. You are able to estimate and control projects, schedules, and costs to insure timely installation and cost-effectiveness.
You have multi-faceted experience in the tire industry which has given you an 180° perspective of sales and installations. You have planned and led operational change projects, proving your ability to expand a network of partners and customers. You have experience as a multiple business unit and team leader, and experience at the manufacturer, dealer, and retail levels.
Tire Compound Engineer
You’ve developed and maintained compound recipes for different components. You’ve observed all related processes and created tire cure specifications. You’ve earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering and are proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel.
You are familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures of quality monitoring in the tire industry. You have planned and accomplished goals. You take initiative, are creative, self-disciplined, and possess great analytical skills. You can easily interpret different technical aspects of product use, have great troubleshooting skills, and experience with processing claims.