Sales Executive- Nationwide

Ferrari Color, the trusted leader of choice for excellence in innovative visual communication solutions, rarely adds new talent to its tenured and accomplished sales team.  However, we are now pursuing top-tier sales professionals and offering an opportunity to join the top sales team in the west.

 

Headquartered in Salt Lake City with offices in Sacramento and San Francisco Bay area, Ferrari Color produces graphic campaigns for many of the nation’s top retail brands.  The company also creates stunning environmental displays for larger-than-life events.  The company’s tag line “response • ability” speaks to our core value of working together for the success of our discerning clients.

 

To be clear, we are not looking for the promise of sales; we are only considering those who have a proven record of success.  You must be able to demonstrate significant past achievement.  Accomplished sales professionals with graphics, printing or signage experience will receive the highest attention; however, demonstrated success in other professional sales can translate into a rewarding career at Ferrari Color.

 

We expect that you have a creative style, positive energy, and that you possess the ability to listen and work hard.  These and other characteristics are critical, but they are only important if you have converted them into proven success.

 

Do some homework about us.  Explore the website (www.ferraricolor.com) and articles written about us.

Talk to others who know us.  You will discover why we are considered one of the top companies in our industry.

 

This position offers an aggressive compensation plan (you are not limited in what you can earn), with comprehensive benefits.  We will consider talent in any major city, including our current locations, but you must be able to travel.

 

Is it time for you to join the leader?

 

If you are serious, send a resume with a cover letter describing your accomplishments to resumes@ferraricolor.com.

 

All inquiries are strictly confidential.

2017