Position Summary: Through rapid expansion of our business, we are building out our sales presence on the across North America. We are seeking a Business Development Manager to join our sales team to build relationships with Fortune 500 companies by locating, networking and developing connections. This opportunity is for highly driven individuals who are entrepreneurial in nature and provides the opportunity for exceptionally high earnings with an emerging market that is optimal for business development. 

What we can do for you

  • Opportunity to get in on the ground floor of a growing market
  • Offer unparalleled earning potential not seen in other industries
  • As an independent distributor, we use Open Market Sourcing so we’re not limited in who we can source form
  • Customer and Product Variety: we sell a wide product portfolio of in-demand components, and sell to companies from Fortune 100 to start-ups to help them source the global open market for electronic components. 
  • Enable growth through direct and focused mentorship
  • Collaborative and motivated team in strategic locations around the world

What you can do for us

  • In this highly visible role, drive revenue through managing existing customer relationships, prospecting new customers, and growing business within accounts
  • Interact with prospects via telephone, email, chat and on-site visits; navigate through large accounts to find key decision makers
  • Collaborate with customers and marketing team to identify and develop additional areas of opportunity
  • Educate customers on the current state of the electronic components market to maximize efficiency and support of the supply chain

Who we’re looking for

  • Must have at least 4+ years of experience in a B2B sales in the electronic components industry
  • A high-energy, smart, and persistent salesperson driven to succeed and revolutionize an industry
  • A demonstrated record of success and achievement in prior sales position
  • A graduate of a 4-year university
  • Willingness to travel (up to 50%)

Benefits

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • 401K with Company Match
  • Short & Long Term Disability 
  • EAP
  • Emergency Travel & Identity Theft Protection
  • Life Insurance
  • AD&D
  • Remote working flexibility
  • Opportunity to Travel
  • Collaborative and Motivated Team
  • Competitive Base Salary

Salary range: $90-$300k. Competitive compensation plan with base salary, commission and bonuses

Established in 2001, Fusion Worldwide is a premier, global open market distributor of electronic components with an established reputation of excellence in sourcing, quality, and outstanding customer support. Solving supply chain disruptions is where we are truly able to provide key service to all our customers, and we are looking for motivated individuals like you to join this rapidly growing industry.  With our company headquarters located in the scenic Boston Seaport area, we also have key locations in Amsterdam, Singapore, Munich, Guadalajara, Seoul, and San Francisco. At our current rate of growth, we are continuously expanding our global footprint to reach all corners of the world, and we are dedicated to finding top talent to help us grow in all regions.

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