Advanced Motion Account Manager
Boston, MA 
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Job Description
Published Job Title
Advanced Motion Account Manager
Location
Cincinnati, Ohio 45201
Position
OEI Account Manager-OEI AC
External Description

Account Manager- Advanced Motion

Omron is seeking a dynamic Account Manager to join our Advanced Motion Sales Team. In this role, you will be working closely with your fellow team members to assist our customers in competing in the global marketplace by providing them with hardware and software solutions and enabling them to implement the latest automation technology. You will have the opportunity to introduce superior advanced motion technologies, while also differentiating yourself with the full breadth of Omron's end to end automation solutions right at your fingertips. We are recruiting for candidates in major cities in the upper East US or West Coast territory to include (but not limited to) Boston, MA, Philadelphia, PA, Columbus or Cincinnati, OH, Los Angeles or the Bay area of California.

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare technical proposals, quotations, and presentations for prospective customers.
  • Responsible for accurate and thorough sales activity & opportunity reporting, including forecasts.
  • Responsibilities include developing and managing automation projects throughout the U.S. with both new and existing customer
  • Coordinating with Sales Management, Regional Sales Teams, Strategic and Industry Account Managers to grow overall company revenues.
  • Developing and maintaining relationships with key personnel at assigned and/or targeted accounts and channel partners.
  • Developing extensive knowledge of targeted markets and the applicable Omron Advanced Motion solutions associated with them.
  • Supporting product management and marketing in identifying customer/market requirements and trends.
  • Represent Omron in a professional, ethical, and socially responsible manner.
  • Represent the Omron Guiding Principles through personal and business interactions with employees, customers, distributors, and colleagues.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Business, Marketing or related field preferred but not required.
  • Five (5) years of experience in sales of industrial automation or similar products.
  • Knowledge of Advanced Motion controllers and servo products.
  • Sales experience of complimentary industrial automation products that may include Controls, Safety, Robotics and/or Sensing.
  • Solid technical sales professional with demonstrated record of quota achievement and growth.
  • Prior experience with distribution channel and integrators is highly desirable.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to effectively present to technical audiences, senior management and public forums.
  • High technical aptitude, strong reasoning ability, high level of energy, strong initiative, reliability, perseverance and stability.
  • Strong relationship builder and a strong personal desire to win
  • Ability to multi-task and work cross-functionally with strong organizational skills
  • This position will require approximately 40% travel.

The Company:

*******2014-2019 National Best and Brightest Company to Work For!

*******2013-2019 Winner for one of the 75 Best Places to Work in Illinois!

*******2011-2019 Winner for one of the 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in Chicago!

Omron Automation - Americas is a leading global manufacturer of industrial automation products focused on sensing and control technologies. We serve OEM machine builders and end users with a wide range of products that integrate easily into complete automation solutions, offer simple connectivity, and are backed by solid support services. Our extensive product groups which are primarily manufactured overseas include programmable controllers, robotics, servo motors and drives, operator interfaces, temperature controllers, sensors, inspection and machine vision systems, RFID track and trace systems, safety devices, and software.

Omron Automation -- Americas, headquartered in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, is the Americas industrial automation subsidiary of Omron Corporation, an $8 billion global technology company celebrating more than 80 years of success. Led by a management team where each member has 20+ years of experience in Industrial Automation, we are a midsize firm with a corporate culture of challenge, ethics and innovation. As we strive to grow the company and our market share, this position offers the potential to make a solid impact on the organization.

Omron's corporate core value of "working for the benefit of society" applies to our unique technical competencies in the areas of industrial automation, safety, security, environmental protection and healthcare in pursuit of a brighter future for all. As a corporate citizen that has long recognized and encouraged the importance of giving back to local communities and helping those less fortunate, Omron has demonstrated this over the years by designing a manufacturing facility which employs the disable, making donations to aide those impacted by natural disasters, and sponsoring an annual Founders Day in which employees volunteer in the local communities across the globe.

Our Commitment to Employees:

  • Company Culture defined as a fast paced, multi-tasking, team focused empowerment of employees, creative, innovative and open communication type organization.
  • Training and Career Development Program to give employees a learning path with the necessary tools and resources they need to help build their career at Omron.
  • Great financial opportunities with competitive compensation, immediate 401k match with 100% vesting, profit sharing, and Blue Cross Blue Shield for medical, dental, vision and prescription drug benefits.
  • Community Awareness that includes activities with local non-profit organizations and a Matching Gift Program.
  • Work-Life Balance with Flexible Work Arrangements, Flexible Work Hours, and Sick/Vacation/Holiday Pay.
  • Wellness Activities such as Walking Contests, Nutritional Learning Sessions, On Site Flu shots and Health Screenings.

Omron Automation- Americas is an equal opportunity employer.


We are an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Job Summary
Start Date
As soon as possible
Employment Term and Type
Regular, Full Time
Required Education
Bachelor's Degree
Required Experience
5 years
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