Company Name:
Interstate Batteries
If you've been looking for an Outrageously Dependable company where character counts, then you're home. Interstate Batteries, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, built its reputation on a great automotive battery, but look how much we've grown over the past 60 years! We now offer thousands of portable power solutions and accessories throughout North America, Australia, the Caribbean and Latin America. Take charge of your future and see if you have what it takes to be one of our 1,700 specially selected Team Members.
Outside Sales:
Calling on and qualifying new prospective recycling customers (commercial and retail) with the best battery recycling program in the industry
Maintaining accurate records of all sales/purchasing activity for weekly reporting
Generating prospect list through local networking and search engines
Delivery & Warehouse
Run the Deliveries - Hot Shots and assigned routes on a timely basis as needed
Load and unload batteries
Restock batteries
Accurately complete reports and claims
What we are looking for:
Good work ethic, character and attitude a must
Regular attendance is mandatory
Must be extremely responsible, driven & be able to work well independently as well as with a team.
Some sales experience required. High School Diploma or equivalent plus a minimum of 2 years of related work experience.
The successful candidate must have a clean driving record with less than 2 moving violations within the past 3 years. Class E required.
Must be able to work independently, lift 50 pounds repetitively, and safely operate a forklift. Should be a team player with excellent interpersonal and customer service skills, be organized and detail oriented, and have the ability to multi-task.

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