EOTAC Seeking National Sales Director
EOTAC - A supplier of Military, Law Enforcement, and Private Sector Tactical and Discreet clothing, announced today that it has begun a search for National Sales Director (NSD). The NSD's responsibilities will include strategic and sales planning and implementation, coordination of Manufacturers Rep. groups, Management of large retail and catalog house accounts as well as, Representing EOTAC at trade shows, shoots and events.
The NSD will also participate in the development of competitive analysis and marketing strategies. The position is preferred will report to EOTAC's President and will be located in West Columbia, SC - This may be subject to negotiation for the right person, so relocation may not be required.
Minimum qualifications include a college degree, experience in a sales management role, preferably in the tactical market place. A self starter and the ability to work effectively in a dynamic, team-oriented environment are critical. Prior experience in the law enforcement / security industry is desirable, but not required. Tactical clothing / soft goods market experience a plus. Travel would be required approximately 30-40% of the time.
Compensation includes an attractive base salary, generous bonus incentives. Benefits are excellent.
Qualified candidates should submit their resumes to EOTAC care of Fernando Coelho at Fernando@eotac.com
Fernando T. Coelho, EOTAC (803) 744-9930, (252) 767-6746 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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