The Fleet Account Manager at Ranger Design is a customer focused individual that thrives on a fast paced, collaborative environment. Ranger Design has achieved an enviable reputation in the Cargo Van equipment market through providing creative yet simple solutions to complex customer problems. The Fleet Account Manager applies his/her automotive industry knowledge, creative problem solving ability, and influence to bring the many parts of large projects together. He or she must be flexible and able to easily build relationships with all of a project’s stakeholders. Exceeding customer expectations is the vision of this vital role.
The successful candidate for this position will possess the following:
- 5+ years fleet industry experience
- 10+ years in the automotive industry
- Demonstrated ability to successfully manage multiple large, complex projects simultaneously
- Demonstrated ability to create and negotiate unique solutions when necessary
- A customer first attitude
- Influencing and negotiating skills that enable timely and successful completion of projects
- Excellent communication skills in English and French
The Fleet Account Manager finds satisfaction in identifying value that will exceed his customers’ expectations. He or she is a hands-on individual that successfully manages multiple projects and clients. Ranger Design is a quickly growing company that is structured but is also steadily evolving and changing. Successful members of the team look for and embrace new ideas and improvements that will create efficiency, build customer loyalty and consistently set new standards in the Cargo Van market.
Do you possess the experience and ability to take a project from it’s infancy to completion, keep calm under pressure, negotiate win-win solutions and ‘wow’ the customer? Would you be proud to be a part of a World Class company and a winning team that believes – More Is Possible? If yes, then we want to speak to you. Call Paul Rogers now at 585-645-6043 Ext. 404, or fill out the application below.
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