Job Order: 465

Base Salary:



Eastern North America

Job Description:


Our client is a Quebec company who has been in business for a decade. They are a manufacturer of rubber parts specifically for the industrial and construction fields. Your role will be to cover a geographic area with more than fifty active customers that you have to grow. This role is a business development position as you will be responsible for acquiring new accounts as well. We are looking for a hunter from the industry who has a successful track record in business development. Are you strategic and offer consultative sales while offering great value to your customers? This position is perhaps your next long-term career  opportunity.

Territory:  Eastern North America

Work Place: Home office

Products/Services: Manufacturer of rubber parts

Salary: $65,000 to $85,000

Commissions/Bonus: $20,000 to $30,000

Car allowance: Fixed amount per month + Gas + expenses

Expenses reimbursement: All expenses will be reimbursed by the company

Other Benefits:

Insurance plan (Medical, health, dental) paid 50% by the employer



  • Make targeted calls to prospects from internal and external sources
  • Respond to price requests from your customers and prospects
  • Work in collaboration with internal departments to respond to customer requests

  • Management of the sale cycles from prospecting, to the reception of the purchase order to the delivery of the order
  • Ensure follow-up and after-sales service
  • Keep the CRM up-to-date

Job Requirements:


Development vs Maintenance: 70% VS 30%

Road vs Office: 80% VS 20%

Languages: French and English (written and spoken)

Education: Postsecondary diploma

Training: On-the-job training

Overnight Travel: Once a month

Years’ of experience: 5 years of experience in business development in an industrial field

Other requirements:

-You are a hunter

-You make consultative and strategic sales

-You are dynamic and want to take your career to a next level on the long-term

Transferable contacts: Contacts in the construction industry will be highly considered

Transferable Knowledge: Knowledge of the industrial field

Contact Details:

Caroline Dandoy-Brière