College Grads for Management Training "Forbes Top 100 Company"
Hayward, CA · Sales
Recent College Grads Management Trainees Wholesale
Electrical and Solar Products
Experience in the Electrical & Solar Industry is a Plus but not required!
Recent College Graduates are encouraged to apply! Does the idea of running your own business excite you? If you are an energetic self-starter and love the idea of a robust, structured development course designed to prepare you to manage a business; our Client’s Management Training Program is for you. Mini MBA! The purpose of the Training Program is to develop managers for their branches. During the training program you experience all aspects of their distribution fields. This program is challenging, rewarding, and requires a strong commitment from trainees as you work your way through a fast-paced rotation of duties. Phases you will experience are: Phase 1: Warehouse & Counter Training Phase 2: Operations Training Phase 3: Customer Service Training Phase 4: Outside Sales Training By taking some time with the training program (1 year plus depends on how fast you move) and putting candidates through all the positions within a branch until they are well prepared to take over a management position. Trainees will also travel to various vendor training across the US as well as attend classroom sessions at our Client’s Service Center in Southwest. Each trainee’s development is a combination of mentoring on-the-job with by experienced manager, classroom training, and home-study. Individuals should be self-motivated, sales oriented, geographically flexible, and possess an entrepreneurial spirit. Candidates should be driven, sales-oriented, and possess the ability to work on their own and with a team. Great for recent college graduates as well as someone looking to start out in a new industry. Bachelor’s degree required. Job Type: Full-time $66,000.00 plus while training depends on the area of the country Education:
Bachelor's in Liberal Arts or Sciences: Business, Economics, Physics, Environmental Science, Sustainability and Renewables