There’s this guy who owns a big old building. On that big old building is a big old heating and cooling plant—and we just told this owner it would cost $45k to replace with a state of the art new one. He wants to know if he should upgrade, or try to milk it through the next few years by just repairing it when it breaks. He’s got a lot of questions!
- What’s his return on investment?
- How much will it cost him if he simply repairs it each year for the next decade?
- How much is he losing in not only repair costs but energy costs?
- What’s the difference between the York and the Trane models?
Your job as our Technical Sales & Service Relationship Manager is to help him sort all of that out. You’re good at the details. You’re patient and don’t mind spending time enough to educate him on all of the features and benefits. The telephone is your friend 🙂
Another thing you’re good at is knowing where to find the best part at the best price. You know the industry and the players that make it happen.
When you’ve solved everything that needs solving, you don’t mind asking that building owner if he’s ready to get started. He’s more than likely saying yes now that he’s comfortable with you and the answers you’ve provided.
The right person will have enough experience to be able to handle most questions. This is a job that we cannot train for—you have to have earned the right to be the expert.
In it for you is top end wages, some of the best benefits in the industry, and a great company to work with.
If you are the mechanic type, or the teacher type, or especially the engineer type—and you have the experience required, then I’m hoping we can have a conversation.Apply for a similar job
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