New Jersey HVAC Talkers, few new jobs to look at.
Hello to all! We have an employer in New Jersey with a few positions needing to be filled. If you're in the area and this
looks like the right opportunity for you, please contact the employer. This is one of 3 for this employer that we'll be posting
Employer: Consolidated Energy Design, Inc.
Contact: Rey Montalvo
Address: 1933 State Highway No. 35, Suite 105, No. 367
Wall, New Jersey 07719
Listing Title: Chief Operating Officer
Jobsite Location: Wall, New Jersey United States
Position Available: Manager Operations
Minimum Experience: 11-15 years
Minimum Education: Masters Degree
Pay Range: Commenserate with ability
To be negotiated but includes fully paid health insurance, performance based bonus package and retirement package
Must have experience successfully operating a company preferably in the Controls industry, HVAC industry and/or utility industry. Excellent job and inter-personal skills.
Computer literate. Full grasp of reviewing and interpreting financial statements in conjunction with a CFO as well as development of Sales and Marketing strategies in conjunction with Sr. VP of Sales and Marketing.
Visionary leader with creative means to expand markets and proven track record of building and operating a successful business.
Expert at various types of contracts (NDAs, MNDAs, Business Relationship Agreements, License Agreements, Manufacturer's Reps Agreements, Project Agreements with customers, etc.)
Expert at developing (or delegating the development of) Sales and Marketing pricing matrixes, sales and marketing brochures, Employee Policy Handbooks, keeping employees current in the latest training to advance the best interests of the company.
Experience with handling union/non union issues to minimize negative impact on clients.
How many one this website have Masters degrees? Just askin. Can't be too many- no offense you guy's blow me away with technical knowledge and gramatical excellence. By the way I don't use spellcheck.
toocoolforschool, I have to admit that is a great question that I'm curious to know the answer to as well.
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