Monday, June 09, 2008

Director, Sales (Wireless) Chicago, IL

Overview and duties: Create new business and customers, promote and sell our wireless solution (CDMA/UMTS/Terminals) to US wireless service providers. The company will provide competitive base salary, commission incentive plan, benefits package, good working environment, and a broad and flexible career path. Develop and execute sales strategy, manage the sales and customer relationship within defined product/ business area, maintain and maximize a high level of customer satisfaction, focus on selling to US wireless service providers with our CDMA or UMTS products.

Requirements:
The successful candidate must have minimum 5 years of Wireless Infrastructure sales experience in US market, with proven ability in new business and new customer acquisition, self-motivated, able to work with minimal supervision, and thrive in a high energy, competitive environment. Ability to proactively generate sales leads, follow up and close. Successful candidate with good networks and relationships to the senior/executive level of service providers in US is an advantage. The candidate should be able to demonstrate a track record of establishing new markets and customers in a highly competitive market, as well as meeting/exceeding sales quota for each of the past 3 years. A proven communicator with a solid technical background, the candidate will be able to proactively convincingly present our wireless solutions (CDMA/UMTS), addressing practical network applications and leading us to win the opportunities. Ability to work well with teams or independently, to work effectively in a multi-cultural environment. Must be willing to travel as required.

email: dennis@worldlink-us.com

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