Here at Clickstop, we are strategic, enthusiastic & opportunistic.  In fact, these traits have been key to our success thus far.  We are looking for an Inside Sales Specialist who is naturally wired to makes things happen because, quite frankly, nobody else is going to do this for you! We have a well-oiled machine that is propelling itself into the future and leading the charge in our industries.

This adventurous team member always seeks to understand our strategy, market, customers and suppliers. They inspire and expect greatness in themselves and in others. They are skilled at being able to balance what is best for the customer and what is best for Clickstop by proactively collaborating and sharing information. They are driven by a high sense of urgency and the ability to provide exceptional customer service every step of the way. 


  • The Inside Sales Functions for US Cargo Control Sales team
  • Qualifying Customers or Generate leads and recognize growth potential in customers
  • Sales Growth and Profitability
  • Recognizing and Identifying Customers’ Needs
  • The Customer Experience
  • Product & Application Expertise

The outcomes you’ll be expected to achieve:  Actively and successfully managing a book of business. Showing our commitment to our brand promise by getting customers what they want, when they need it through staying attentive and communicating openly. You’ll be skilled at qualifying the customer opportunity as it comes in and will be zoned in to the result of closing your sales. You’ll drive company profitability through commitment to the success of your team and living out our Values & Code with integrity and the ability to openly discuss and relay information with stellar follow-up and execution. Owning your engagement and development.

You’ll know you are making an impact when: Your customers call in and ask for you by name. When your inbound and outbound efforts can be directly tied to new customer acquisition, retention, revenue and profitability. When you are continuously looking to learn new markets and take on new opportunity, questioning existing methods with the intention of improvement. When high quality and work in your daily tasks becomes the norm. When both you and your leader are looking for the next big challenge you can tackle. When you see challenges and down-time as an opportunity to grow and make great things happen.

Who you’ll be working with: You will have continual interaction with Service, Business Development, and Finance teams to collaborate and serve our customers. You can expect to be strategic with our Marketing, Purchasing and Freight teams and checking in daily with a variety of Operations team members regarding order processing and sending our top notch products out the door.

Who are we and what do we have to offer: We are a highly collaborative team and every individual, regardless of position, has a huge impact on the success of our company.  We are all counted on to do our jobs and do them exceptionally well.  We have a highly engaged team that is completely aligned to our core values that define our culture. 

We have won countless workplace awards and are committed to keeping our culture as a top priority.  At Clickstop, we take ownership seriously – in fact, we are employee-owned! We are reliable and do what we say we are going to do. When we make mistakes, we own them, learn from them and grow even stronger as a business and a team.  We give credit where credit is due.  We truly focus on giving our best each and every day.  Of course, we offer great benefits, a competitive compensation package and a generous amount of time off, but it is truly how we work and the environment we work in that sets us apart! 

Clickstop is an Equal Opportunity Employer and has been recognized multiple years in a row as one of the Corridor Business Journal’s Fastest Growing Companies, is recognized as The Coolest Place to Work in the Corridor for 2018 and The #1 Top Workplace in Iowa for 2018.

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