This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated sales professional, in a new business venture for URI. The ideal candidate for this position will have at least two years of experience in lithography, silk screen, and/or digital print sales. Responsibilities will include business development activities and client management as it relates to monthly/quarterly printing for franchisee and chain stores. This is a full time, base plus commission position that will report directly to the President.
Junior/Mid Web Application Developer
MVC, Entity Framework, SQL Server 2012, Bootstrap, JQuery, Knockout JS, Visual Studio 2012 & 2013, TFS.
The successful individual will have a strong desire to utilize existing knowledge as well as to grow in their overall technology capacity. They will collaborate within the technology team regarding technical design, specifications, overall support and guidance. As well, they will work with the PM/BA and account service teams on proposals, scoping, and project delivery. The developer will utilize their ability to understand what a client is asking for and merge it with the ability to determine what can be delivered within the desired timeframes and budgets. The developer will utilize current project and process practices and shape them as needed in order to streamline and improve delivery efficiency within the organization.
URI is seeking an experienced Marketing Consultant and Sales Professional. The ideal candidate for this position will have at least five years of experience in the distributive marketing space. Applicants should have a clear understanding of channel marketing, marketing business processes, communication techniques, brand management and technology environment requirements. Responsibilities will client management as well as new business development activities. This is a full-time, base plus commission position that reports directly to the President.
5+ years in Distributive Marketing
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