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OEM Sales & Marketing Manager, US East Coast/ Europe

  
Pavilion Integration Corporation is looking for a motivated and experienced individual for the newly created position of:
 
OEM Sales & Marketing Manager, US East Coast/ Europe
 
Main tasks:
 
Sales responsibilities for a dedicated territory covering the East Coast U.S, and some of the European region, including:
 
Lead generation
Sales discussion with potential customers
Represent at trade shows
Visit customers and key account manage
Generation of quotes and other sales related documents
After sales follow-up
 
Responsibilities:
 
Maintenance of Production Specification documents, e.g. data sheets, application notes, etc.
Work in close collaboration with manufacturing and R&D in a dynamic and innovative environment.
Coordinate at trade shows, on-site handling of shipments, travel, customer meetings, etc.
Maintaining current sales forecast information 
Generate regular, timely sales reports
Travel obligations (25%). 
 
Qualifications:
 
Relevant experience in sales of complex optical products (ideally diode lasers)
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written in English
Hands-on use of global customer relationship management software
Self-motivated
Strong coordination and organizational skills
Ability to prioritize tasks and get things done
Commitment, proactive and work independently
Team player
 
Please send your application with CV to: sales@pavilionintegration.com
 
 
About PIC 
 
Pavilion Integration Corporation (PIC), is a Silicon Valley-based designer and manufacturer of free space or fiber-coupled lasers and laser subsystems covering the UV, Visible and IR wavelength ranges for demanding biomedical and industrial applications.  We chose the name Pavilion Integration Corporation for our company in November 2001 envisioning a place that allows us (customer and vendor) to openly discuss in mutual trust, and to work out leading edge design solutions that will enter the marketplace in disruptive ways to literally light the darkness of disease and discovery.