Join a fast moving, fast growing team of motion control experts for the world's largest, most successful motion solution provider! Yaskawa America, Inc.'s Motion Control Division is seeking a Sales Engineer for the Midwest Region. With responsibilities for Pre- and Post-Sales activities in Ohio, this is an opportunity to dedicate your business acumen and Sales know-how and be part of a successful team.
This position is responsible for growing and supporting a broad range of Yaskawa motion control customers across multiple industries and geographies. Detailed responsibilities include:
Yaskawa America, Inc. - Drives & Motion Division is a U.S. corporation, created to provide Automation Solutions and Support to our customers in North America, Central America, and South America. Yaskawa is the world's largest manufacturer of AC Inverter Drives, Servo and Motion Control, and Robotics Automation Systems. Products are marketed through direct sales, partners, representatives, dealers, and distributors. Yaskawa America, Inc. - Drives & Motion Division is a wholly-owned corporation of Yaskawa Electric Corporation of Japan. Since 1915, Yaskawa Electric has served the world needs for products to improve global productivity through Automation.
Some key advantages to working at Yaskawa include: a global environment with interactions to numerous cultures, career opportunities in diverse areas, a highly competitive benefit package, including a generous 401(K) plan, profit sharing, corporate wide bonus plan, educational assistance programs offering a generous annual reimbursement for graduate courses, and monetary rewards through Associate Recognition Programs. Yaskawa is an equal opportunity employer.Qualifications Skills Behaviors
Bachelors or better in Electrical Engineering or related field.Experience Licenses & Certifications
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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