• Exciting Sales Role – Corporate Branding and Signage
  • Dealing mainly with corporate and 'blue chip' clients 
  • They have an amazing range of signage solutions
  • Growing company – great career prospects

Our client is a large national print and signage group providing a vast range of signage and display solutions to corporate clients, with a special focus on providing vehicle-wrapping and fleet-marking services.

They also produce an impressive range of custom-printed vinyl signage for exhibitions, hotels, hospitals, sporting arenas and corporate product launches and special events (you might even get invited to one!).

There is virtually nothing they can't do in the signage, POS space.

They also have their own in-house design and creative department to support your clients from inception to final delivery.
They seek a professional sales rep with a broad-based footprint across all aspects of signage to grow and develop their business.  

Ideally you'll have a demonstrated sales career profile within the signage and/or branding or POS areas.

Another benefit is: no territory limits, ie, your territory can stretch north and south of Sydney (although Sydney metro will be the major focus).

Hence you may prefer to work from your fully-furnished home office (a few of us have recently!!!) and be compensated accordingly.
As this is a senior role with a high level of autonomy, the package will be appropriately generous and negotiable based on experience. 

There is also negotiable commission and all accessories paid for plus car allowance.

This is an exciting role - working for a well-run company that is expanding.  It also offers job security and long-term career growth prospects!
If you are interested in this role, please email your cover letter and resume (Word only) to James Cryer:
As we receive a vast number of applications for positions, we encourage applicants to call us on (02) 9904 6222 to ensure your resume has been received -many thanks!

There's never been a more exciting time to be in PRINT!

JDA 3708

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