HydroFLOW USA is based in Redmond, WA. The company is the exclusive USA master distributor of an award-winning water treatment device called HydroFLOW®. For additional information, please visit the company’s website at www.hydroflow-usa.com. The company’s main distribution channel is through regional distributors.
In Nebraska, the company decided to promote its products with a contracted outside sales professional that will receive a lucrative commission.
Main Tasks and Responsibilities
Report to the company’s local distributor: https://www.hydroflowmidwest.com
Collaborate closely with the distributor’s sales department on potential sales leads.
Perform internet research on potential customers.
Organize and coordinate sales calls via phone and/or email.
Present Hydropath technology to potential customers.
Oversee the installation of a HydroFLOW industrial-grade device.
Provide monthly sales reports, via excel spreadsheet or CRM.
Education and Experience
Experience in the water and wastewater sectors, with established contacts and relationships.
Established track record in municipal, industrial and/or agricultural sales.
Knowledge and experience in Microsoft Office Suite.
Proficient in spelling, punctuation, grammar and other English language skills.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Attention to detail.
Planning and organizing.
Status: 1099 independent contractor.
Monthly stipend: To be considered after 60 day trial period.
Monthly travel, phone, and entertainment allowance: To be considered after 60 day trial period.
Sales commission: Up to 20%.
Hours: Full or part time.
Technical training: A minimum of 20 online or in-person hours.
Sales calls with the local distributor: A minimum of 3 full days.
Employment at will: Employment is at will and is not intended to provide or guarantee employment for a specific period.
Over twenty years ago, Hydropath Technology Ltd., located in the U.K., invented a process that treats fluids by inducing a robust yet harmless signal of +/- 150kHz throughout plumbing systems made of any material. The pipe, and/or the fluid inside of it, acts as a conduit which allows the signal to propagate. The induction of the signal prevents scale and biofilm from accumulating inside plumbing systems and gradually removes existing deposits. This preventative action significantly reduces energy, chemical, water and maintenance costs which extends the service life of equipment and pipes.