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Regional Sales Representative

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Simon Roofing is a National Solutions Based leader and we are looking for entrepreneurial type of individuals that are highly energetic, community-minded and are looking to build a career and not just another job. If that's you, we want you to join our Simon Roofing team.

We're looking for individuals just starting out in a sales career and are willing to learn and grow with us. You will be part of a well-trained, well-supported sales organization of professionals. The career opportunity offers unlimited bonus earnings potential as well as a secure and lucrative salary.

Regional sales representatives for our company work independently with the full training and support of our experienced sales staff. Fostering the “always prospecting” mentality, you will focus on building strong long-term relationships with clients in your territory.

This Sales position entails developing regional account prospects and servicing existing customers with a focus on driving roofing service sales. The sales representative will also organize and conduct programs and communications aimed at validating Simon Roofing's value propositions new account prospects.


Job Requirements:

Degree with a focus in Sales, Construction Management, Communications, Business, or Marketing is preferred.

Two to three years of outside sales experience. (Roofing experience not required.)

Customer service oriented.

Knowledgeable about the local community in your assigned territory.

Ability to climb ladders to rooftops.

Strong knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word; ability to do extensive research on the Internet.

Team-oriented, energetic, enthusiastic, self-motivated and a good work ethic.

Strong skills in listening, organization and sales closing.

Good verbal and written communication skills.

Valid driver’s license and clean driving record.

Must pass pre-employment drug test and background screening.

Authorized to work in the US.



Our family business started rather modestly in 1900 in Youngstown, Ohio, but because of our dedicated employees who strive to always exceed customer expectations, and our ongoing business objective of staying ahead of the technology curve, we’ve not only thrived all these years, but we’ve grown to the point of having 66 service centers and more than 500 employees throughout the United States.

Much has changed while growing into a prominent national commercial roofing company – one of the largest in the country – but our commitment to maintaining our core values have always remained steadfast and true.


While commercial roofing is at our core, we’ve expanded our capabilities to manufacturing world-class roofing and commercial flooring materials, and servicing, repairing and installing flooring surfaces for commercial properties.

All of our affiliate businesses subscribe to the same Simon Roofing customer-first service strategy.

I certify the information I have provided in this Employment Application is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that, if hired, discovery of any false information provided or any relevant information omitted (no matter when discovered) may result in the immediate termination of my employment. I authorize Simon Roofing and Sheet Metal Corp. (the "Company") to make whatever inquiries it deems necessary or appropriate of any person or organization to verify any of the information I have provided in this application and to determine my qualifications and abilities. I hereby release the Company from any and all claims or action or causes of action arising out of the Company's lawful inquiries and/or its determination of my qualifications and abilities.


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Any offer of employment may be conditioned upon my completion of a drug test and/or physical examination which demonstrates that I am capable of performing the essential functions of the position for which I am applying. I hereby consent to undergo a drug screening and/or physical examination which may include any and all tests and procedures determined by the Company to be helpful in evaluation of my suitability for employment, including but not limited to urinalysis, clinical examinations, blood tests, and x-rays. I understand I may be drug and/or alcohol tested at any time during the course of my employment. If I refuse to complete a drug or alcohol test as requested by the Company, I understand that my refusal will be treated as a positive result. If I test positive on any drug and/or alcohol evaluation, I understand that I will be subject to the procedures and/or disciplinary measures as outlined in the Company's Drug and Alcohol Policy, as may be amended from time to time.

I have the right to make a written request within a reasonable period for a complete and accurate disclosure by the Company of the nature and scope of the investigation requested. I understand that if an offer of employment is made to me, it may be conditional upon: 1) the results of the investigations, tests, examinations and reports above authorized; and 2) successful completion of the Company's Safety Training Program, if applicable to the position for which I am applying. The Company may, within its discretion, withdraw its conditional offer of employment based upon the results of an examination and/or investigation. I understand that employment with the Company is "at will" and continues only as long as the employee and the Company both wish to continue. I understand that, if I am hired by the Company, either I or the Company may terminate my employment at any time for any reason. Any modification of this arrangement must be signed by me and an authorized representative of the Company. I agree to release the Company, its employees and those who supplied the information from any liability for any damage which may result from furnishing the requested information or my failure to be hired for the position for which I am applying.

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