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U.S. Chemical & Plastics – Regional Sales Manager and Product Manager

Founded in 1950, U.S. Chemical & Plastics is internationally recognized for formulating and manufacturing premium automotive repair and refinish products distributed in over 60 countries.

North East Regional Sales Manager

U.S. Chemical & Plastics is in search of a North East Regional Sales Manager. In conjunction with the National Sales Manager, this position will help develop a written sales and marketing plan for area of responsibility to grow sales and profitability for the region, and then manage the implementation of the sales and marketing plans, strategies and tactics.

This self motivated individual must be willing to travel and will require good management and communication skills to efficiently direct Territory Managers as well as rep agencies. Presentation skills & proficient in Microsoft Office is required. Knowledge of the Paint & Body industry is a plus. An Associates or Bachelor degree and sales management experience preferred.

Product Manager

U.S. Chemical & Plastics is in search of a Product Manager. This quality individual will work closely with the Director of Business Development by identifying and developing new products and markets for growth, improving current products, competitive analysis and SKU rationalization.  In addition integrate the efforts of the sales and marketing department with cross functional teams including purchasing and production.  

This individual will need good communication skills, Presentation skills and proficient in Microsoft Office, Excel and PowerPoint. They must be willing to spend an appropriate amount of time in the field with sales reps, distributors and end users as to better understand the market. Associates or Bachelor degree and some product management preferred.

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