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Field Service Representative - Orange County, CA

Job Description
Title: Field Service Representative - Orange County, CA
Location(s): Array
Department(s): Parts
Reports to: Regional Sales Manager
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Wastebuilt stocks and sells parts for most waste handling equipment in use in the United States, including refuse bodies, body and chassis compactors, and roll-off equipment. We specialize in fast and efficient delivery of parts and our top priority is to satisfy our customers’ needs.

The primary focus of the Sales Representative of Parts is to sell and support parts product line for all customer types in an assigned territory. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of waste equipment, heavy duty truck systems. Mechanical knowledge is also helpful. This position will work closely with the entire parts staff as well as inside support and local operations/service.

Ideal Candidate Attributes

  • Ability to build professional relationships and rapport with account contacts
  • Maintain existing customer base through customer service and product support
  • Thorough understanding of parts and/or understanding of chassis, hose and fittings, maintenance and repair
  • Understanding and promoting Wastebuilt’s competitive advantages
  • Sell and support parts into assigned and new accounts within territory
  • Minimize competitive losses, while maximizing growth opportunities
  • Strategically manage ongoing relationship via account planning and sales forecasting processes

Disclaimer

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

Job Type: Full-time

Field Service Representative

Job Description
Title: Field Service Representative
Location(s): OH
Department(s): Parts
Reports to: Regional Sales Manager
Position Summary
The primary focus of the Sales Representative of Parts is to sell and support parts product line for all customer types in an assigned territory (Michigan, NE Indiana, NW Ohio)
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Wastebuilt stocks and sells parts for most waste handling equipment in use in the United States, including refuse bodies, body and chassis compactors, and roll-off equipment.  We specialize in fast and efficient delivery of parts and our top priority is to satisfy our customers’ needs.

 

The primary focus of the Sales Representative of Parts is to sell and support parts product line for all customer types in an assigned territory.  The ideal candidate will have knowledge of waste equipment, heavy duty truck systems.  Mechanical knowledge is also helpful.  This position will work closely with the entire parts staff as well as inside support and local operations/service.

 

Ideal Candidate Attributes

 

  • Ability to build professional relationships and rapport with account contacts
  • Maintain existing customer base through customer service and product support
  • Thorough understanding of parts and/or understanding of chassis, hose and fittings, maintenance and repair
  • Understanding and promoting Wastebuilt’s competitive advantages
  • Sell and support parts into assigned and new accounts within territory
  • Minimize competitive losses, while maximizing growth opportunities
  • Strategically manage ongoing relationship via account planning and sales forecasting processes

 

Disclaimer

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

 

Field Service Representative

Job Description
Title: Field Service Representative
Location(s): Lexington
Department(s):
Reports to: Regional Sales Manager
Position Summary
The primary focus of the Sales Representative of Parts is to sell and support parts product line for all customer types in an assigned territory. 
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Wastebuilt stocks and sells parts for most waste handling equipment in use in the United States, including refuse bodies, body and chassis compactors, and roll-off equipment.  We specialize in fast and efficient delivery of parts and our top priority is to satisfy our customers’ needs.

 

The primary focus of the Sales Representative of Parts is to sell and support parts product line for all customer types in an assigned territory.  The ideal candidate will have knowledge of waste equipment, heavy duty truck systems.  Mechanical knowledge is also helpful.  This position will work closely with the entire parts staff as well as inside support and local operations/service.

 

Ideal Candidate Attributes

 

  • Ability to build professional relationships and rapport with account contacts
  • Maintain existing customer base through customer service and product support
  • Thorough understanding of parts and/or understanding of chassis, hose and fittings, maintenance and repair
  • Understanding and promoting Wastebuilt’s competitive advantages
  • Sell and support parts into assigned and new accounts within territory
  • Minimize competitive losses, while maximizing growth opportunities
  • Strategically manage ongoing relationship via account planning and sales forecasting processes

 

Disclaimer

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

 

Parts Product Manager

Job Description
Title: Parts Product Manager
Location(s): Array
Department(s): Parts
Reports to: EVP - Parts
Position Summary
The role of the Parts Product Manager is to select and manage the product assortment for assigned product lines including product identification, specification, sourcing, and market / competitor intelligence. 
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Wastebuilt Environmental Solutions stocks and sells parts for most waste handling equipment and fleets in use in the United States.  We offer a full line of parts covering the entire range of needs of the typical refuse fleet including OEM and replacement body parts, chassis parts, container parts, compactor parts, hydraulic hose and fittings, and, Maintenance, Repair & Operating supplies.  We also supply parts to other types of heavy duty truck fleets including over-the-road and concrete mixer fleets.  We focus on satisfying our customers’ needs through the fast and efficient supply of parts.

 

The role of the Parts Product Manager is to select and manage the product assortment for assigned product lines including product identification, specification, sourcing, and market / competitor intelligence.  The Product Manager works collaboratively with the supply chain, marketing, sales and customer service functions to maximize company profitability balanced against the need to optimize our inventory investment.  The ideal candidate will have specific product knowledge as well as knowledge of waste equipment and heavy-duty truck systems, strategic sourcing, pricing, quantitative analysis, and product lifecycle management.

 

 

Summary of essential responsibilities

The Product Manager to which each category or item is assigned is ultimately accountable for our product portfolio and the associated margin.  This is a critical role for Wastebuilt and, as such, Product Managers are important members of the Wastebuilt leadership team.  Most of the Product Manager’s duties relate to product lifecycle management which includes product portofolio management, new product development, sourcing, pricing maintenance, system data maintenance, and marketing, sales and customer service support.  Several essential responsibilities have been outlined in more detail below.

 

  • PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT. The Product Manager is expected to analyze product profitability to identify opportunities for improvement via sourcing or rationalization.  Inventory investment and prevention of excess and obsolete inventory is a key part of product lifecycle management.
  • Wastebuilt has embraced a strategic sourcing methodology.    Strategic sourcing is a cross-functional effort – many of the steps below often require participation from a variety of other departments including Supply Chain, Sales, Marketing, and Business Development.  It is the Product Manager’s responsibility to solicit and coordinate that participation.  

 

 

Process Step Description
1. Conduct spend analysis Utilize product expertise to collect, clean, consolidate and evaluate Company’s historical spend data to define logical groupings of spend data into categories and subsequently identify and prioritize potential sales and profit improvement opportunities.
2. Determine requirements ·        Identify current and future business requirements for each spend category and determine its strategic importance to Wastebuilt to gain a better understanding of true business needs and refine opportunities for improvement.

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Identification and quantification of opportunities is the most important part of the BDD role.  This includes defining current and forecast usage and product specifications to enable the supply market analysis.   Depending on the opportunity, the BDD may identify, initiate and lead this portion of the process or may instead participate at the request of the product manager

3. Conduct supply market analysis Assess current and future supply market environment and Wastebuilt’s ability to influence it.  Identifying and developing suppliers is a key part of the sourcing process.
4. Develop category strategy Define a sourcing strategy for a given category that will deliver the greatest sustainable positive impact on Wastebuilt profitability.
5. Select suppliers and negotiate agreements Evaluate potential supplier capabilities then negotiate, select and award supply contracts to the suppliers that supports Wastebuilt’s business objectives.
6. Plan and manage transition Design and implement a process to transition Wastebuilt to the new supply arrangement(s).
7. Manage supplier performance Review and manage supplier performance relative to supply agreements and business objectives to ensure that Wastebuilt’s suppliers continue to meet business requirements and contractual terms and deliver ongoing improvements in the supply relationship.

 

  • NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT (NPD). Wastebuilt Environmental has chosen to follow a traditional NPD methodology.  The Product Manager to which each category or item is assigned is ultimately accountable for the results of the New Product Development process

 

Process Step Description
1. New product strategy: Focus on idea/concept generation with guidelines for establishing screening criteria to link the NPD process to company objectives.
2. Idea generation ·        Search for product ideas that meet company objectives; populating the “funnel” of ideas is critical to the process using input from customers, suppliers, and other Wastebuilt employees.  The objective is to produce a wealth of ideas.
3. Screening & evaluation Analyze initial ideas to determine which ideas are pertinent and merit more detailed study.

Narrow down the list of opportunities to those that have the biggest profit opportunity, the highest chance for success, and the least risk (e.g. stale inventory, cannibalization, etc.).

4. Business analysis Evaluate ideas in detail based on quantitative factors, such as profits, Return-on-investment (ROI), and sales volume
5. Development Transitions from an idea on paper into a product that is demonstrable and producible.

This phase links to the Strategic Sourcing process; similar to category strategy and supplier selection in that process.

6. Testing Conduct commercial experiments necessary to verify earlier business judgments.
7. Commercialization Launch products across the Wastebuilt network.
8. Lifecyle management Rationalize products that have reached the end-of-life to manage the risk of obsolete inventory.

 

  • MARKETING, SALES, AND CUSTOMER SERVICE SUPPORT.
    • Category profitability growth is a key goal for the Product manager. Management of the category includes developing strategies to maximize profit in the face of competition.  Part of this will be to work with Sales to establish a feedback mechanism for competitive intelligence, develop pricing guidelines, and establish a protocol for the response to competitive situations.
    • One of Wastebuilt’s primary competitive advantages is the product knowledge of the Customer Service Team. The Product Manager should work to develop product fluency in the customer service and sales teams by providing training materials.
    • The Product Manager will help grow our business by working with Wastebuilt sales and marketing staff to respond to bid opportunities, develop sales promotions, collateral materials, advertising and email marketing campaigns
    • The Product Manager will support the annual planning / budget process, analyze trends, and recommend course corrections to help the business meet or exceed the plan

 

  • ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT.  As a key member of the Wastebuilt leadership team, the Product Manager is expected to foster a high-performing, results-oriented, collaborative organization committed to Wastebuilt’s four core values across all locations
    • Encourage personal and professional growth of our team to help make our company the best possible workplace
    • Help develop and actively support our performance management program(s)
    • Support cross-functional and cross-regional collaboration
    • Set the example for the team and support Wastebuilt cultural initiatives

 

  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Ideal Candidate Attributes

 

  • Cross-functional, dynamic leader with a strong bias toward delivering results and providing customers with the highest level of service possible including following-up on open issues and driving those to completion
  • Understanding the functions of heavy duty truck systems and familiarity with refuse handling equipment
  • Ability to develop and implement programs involving new products and/or suppliers to maximize sales and profitability
  • Ability to analyze transaction and market data, establish baselines, analyze customer and product economics including gross margins, and cost-to-serve (fulfillment, transportation, commissions, etc.)
  • Ability to develop detailed technical specifications suitable for item sourcing and ability to interpret drawings and technical specifications from suppliers
  • Familiarity with alternative pricing and promotional models to drive baseline sales and incremental growth
  • Attention to detail, ability to work in a fast-moving, team-oriented environment, and effective interpersonal, communication, and time management skills.
  • Comfort with Epicor Prophet 21 ERP and webstore functionality

 

 

Disclaimer

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.  All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

 

Facility Operations Manager

Job Description
Title: Facility Operations Manager
Location(s): Smyrna, GA
Department(s):
Reports to: Human Resources Manager
Position Summary
The basic duties of a Facility Operations Manager is to manage the flow of the workplace and optimize day-to-day activities.
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Are you an organized, driven Business Office Manager? Have you been working in an office environment and feel you have mastered the operations of the business? The Facilities Operations Manager plays an important role in the company. S/He is responsible for a myriad of Office tasks, all of which are designed to help ensure the operation runs smoothly. The basic duties of a Facility Operations Manager is to manage the flow of the workplace and optimize day-to-day activities. The role involves reviewing every aspect of company operations and identifying customer needs in order to bring the two closer together.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Analyzes how information is recorded and how the processes can be improved
  • Coordinate with sales and operating personnel to make sure that information (job creation, hours, parts consumption, quoting, invoicing, etc.) is timely and accurately input into the system.
  • Quote coordination with sales personnel and entry into system
  • PO coordination and creation using the system
  • Invoice preparation and ensuring sales manager review
  • Input quotes into the ERP system and update jobs as progression occurs
  • Compile necessary items for job completion which will include reviewing BOM and ensuring items are in designated area for quick access by shop personnel
  • Analyzes customer needs and determines how operations can be altered to improve service to customers to better meet their needs
  • Evaluates all company operations to make sure they are compliant with safety standards and other rules and regulations of the industry
  • Manages quality, costs and the efficiency of the organization
  • Makes recommendations on processes to improve efficiency
  • Promotes a smoother delivery system for products and services going to clients
  • Provides logistic support for training sessions and business meetings, arranging hotel accommodations if necessary
  • Processes purchase orders, invoices and assists Shared Services regarding customer requests
  • Ensures that corporate accounting policies and procedures are followed
  • Tracks expenditures to ensure the company does not go over budget
  • Office administration duties
  • Stays up to date on software and information technology needs of the business
  • Provides HR support for all new hires, terminations and Personnel Action Forms to ensure corporate HR processes are followed

Continuous Improvements:

Continually refining business processes, procedures and staff training.

Required Knowledge, Skills, Experience:

Must have 3 – 5 years office/business experience

Software competence required (preferably Excel, Word).

Competent in Prophet 21 and Safe 300 (ERP) a plus.

The ability to work independently is required.

Problem solving skills are necessary.

Must be able to work with all levels of associates (associates, leads, and managers).

Must be capable of giving guidance to associates when problems occur.

Education Qualifications:

High school diploma / 2 years of college (associates) preferred.

Skills and Specifications

  • Strong analytical, problem solving and corrective action skills.
  • Possess a strong sense of urgency and attention to accuracy and detail.
  • Ability to effectively manage a wide variety of tasks simultaneously.
  • High proficiency with Excel and MS
  • Distribution Experience helpful

Personal Attributes

  • Detail oriented
  • Sense of urgency
  • Sense of ownership
  • Strong interpersonal, written, and oral communications
  • Highly self-motivated and directed
  • Keen attention to detail
  • Proven analytical and problem-solving abilities
  • Strong customer service orientation
  • Enjoys working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment

Job Type: Full-time

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