Job Title: North American Sales Manager – High Voltage Equipment
Job Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Job Compensation: Strong base salary with commissions to include existing client base
Job Benefits: Terrific pension, holiday and benefits program


Job Overview
Our client is an established manufacturer on an innovative covering for high voltage applications.  This is a unique patented product meant to improve reliability of substations & distribution equipment and avoid interruptions from natural phenomena. 
They have an existing market in Canada along with huge recent growth into the US and have tasked CMS to find a sales manager to cover their North American market. 

This position will involve roughly 50% travel time, meeting with new & existing clients with the balance of your time working with in-house engineering to develop solutions for clients. 

We are looking for someone who understands the high voltage & utility market business cycle and who has demonstrated experience penetrating the OEM markets.  In turn, this position offers huge advancement as your territory grows as well as a great compensation package and the opportunity to introduce a new product to market with little competition.

Job Requirements
Previous exposure to the utility market’s sales & business cycle

Proven ability to handle more than $10M of business independently and across a large geographic territory

A comfort with CRMs and organization skills to keep frequent detailed reports

Exceptional communication & business development skills

Professional & warm interpersonal skills with the ability to build lasting relationships with customers, vendors, management, co-workers and subordinates

A ‘can-do’ attitude with the priority of making a difference in the industry

To Apply
To apply for this job, please send a resume and covering letter to We thank all sales manager candidates interested in this position, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. CMS will keep your information in a private database in the event that another, more suitable position becomes available.