AE Applications Manager Job Location: Princeton Junction, NJ offered by
AE Applications Manager
The AE Applications Manager is responsible for the implementation and sales and market success of key acoustic emission applications for our handheld AE line of products. This will be achieved through strong acoustic emission product and application knowledge, market analysis, constant evaluation and course correction, motivation skills, communication and coordination of the corporate internal resources to meet market needs and to gain market penetration.
-Must have high initiative, high sales energy and intensity, and be capable of leading. -Knowledge and experience in Acoustic Emission Technology required and acoustic emission product sales. -Bachelor's degree in Science or Engineering. -Direct experience with a sales team. -Knowledge and experience in the industrial marketplace. -PC computer skills with Microsoft Office. -Good planning, communication and documentation skills.
Physical Acoustics Corporation (PAC) is the world leader in development of Non-Destructive Testing products applying the principles of Acoustic Emission, Ultrasonics, Eddy Current, and Vibration monitoring. As part of MISTRAS Group Inc., our products are used worldwide to inspect and preserve safe operation of aerospace vehicles, nuclear and fossil fuel power plants, petrochemical refineries, storage tanks and pipelines, large structures and bridges, and many other industrial applications.
We are an ISO 9001 registered, growing company offering an excellent career opportunity for professional growth and development. PAC works in a dynamic, team oriented environment where you will only be limited by your ingenuity and imagination. PAC offers a highly competitive compensation and benefits package including a 401(k) retirement program, medical, dental, vision, and life insurance.
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