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Position Details & Responsibilities

Herk & Associates is recruiting a Generation Territory Manager for a Power Generation Equipment distributor in the greater Los Angeles County area

The Generation Territory Manager will be primarily responsible for promoting and selling industrial equipment, including diesel, gas, and bi-fuel engine generators and transfer switches. He or she will also be responsible for establishing and maintaining market share, and establishing, cultivating, and maintaining commercial/industrial customer relationships in assigned area of responsibility.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Read and interpret specifications for potential generator sales.
  • Pull specifications from plan (on-line or hand delivered).
  • Build new (and maintain current) customer relationships.
  • Communicate with customers to win generator projects, either through negotiated work or through public bids.
  • Be able to properly size a generator system to fit a customer’s unique application
  • Maintain company database, updated with new business contact, quotes, and sales.
  • Act as (and work with) project manager as needed to ensure proper equipment is quoted, built, delivered and invoiced as intended.
  • Ensure project profitability
  • Communicate well with management, service dept, fellow employees, factory and vendors
  • Employee will be responsible for a sales territory established by the Sales Manager.
  • Ability and willingness to travel as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

*role is open to relocation candidates*


  • 2+ years prior Sales and/or Project Management experience 
  • Ability to read single line diagrams and specs
  • Electrical knowledge or knowledge of generators is ideal 
  • Proven Customer Service experience
  • Problem Solving skills and strong work ethic is a must 

For more information on this position, please contact Meredith Vachon at Herk & Associates: 



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