Essential Experience / Education
Who We Are
OpenWorks is a full-service, national commercial cleaning and facilities management operator that helps businesses, healthcare facilities, and schools work better by making facilities cleaner, safer and healthier. Founded in 1983, OpenWorks offers commercial cleaning, janitorial, and integrated facility maintenance services through their reputable service provider network. Headquartered in Phoenix, AZ, OpenWorks has more than 20 regional offices and more than 700 franchise partners across the country. OpenWorks has earned coveted spots on Inc. 5000 and Franchise 500 's lists as one of the fastest-growing franchise operations in the nation.
Why We're Different
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Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Major Account Executive is $72,612 per year or $35 per hour. The highest paying Major Account Executive jobs have a salary over $105,000 per year while the lowest paying Major Account Executive jobs pay $49,000 per year
A Senior Account Executive is responsible for enforcing and attaining sales targets, developing strategies on building a more substantial client base, handle and resolve issues on accounts, and even recommend guidelines that could improve the trajectory of company sales. Moreover, a Senior Account Executive must also oversee and direct a team of representatives and skilled account executives to meet the same goals and objectives. A great deal of communication would also arise as Senior Account Executive must communicate with clients, even negotiate contracts.
Account managers are employees who act as the bridge between the company they represent and the client of the company. They are assigned to handle specific clients so that the company will be able to tailor-fit any product or service according to the clients' requirements. Account managers are responsible for maintaining a harmonious relationship between the two parties by ensuring that any agreement made is amenable to both the company and the client. They are also responsible for ensuring that the company will be able to provide the needs of the client within any limitation that the client may have. Account managers also ensure that the company's reputation and well-being are always considered in any dealings.
Sales managers are responsible for leading the organization's sales team. They oversee the progress and performance of the whole team, set area assignments to team members, and set weekly or monthly quotas. Sales managers oversee training team members during onboarding and providing further coaching to help them achieve their goals. They manage the challenges that team members may meet and help mitigate any problems that come along the way. Sales managers also set the strategic direction of the sales team and follow through by ensuring that the team's activities are in line with the goals.
A regional sales manager is responsible for monitoring the sales and distribution of goods and services within a specific region. Duties of a regional sales manager also include analyzing expenses and cost estimates, ensuring that operations meet budget goals with the highest quality, researching current market trends for sales performance development, providing sales training, and presenting sales reports. A regional sales manager must have strong leadership and decision-making skills to enforce policies and procedures to boost operations performance.
A sales director is responsible for managing the sales operation of the team, ensuring that members comply with the sales strategies and procedures in meeting sales goals. Sales directors' duties include maintaining consistency of sales targets, providing reports and important updates for sales improvement, managing customers' inquiries and resolving complaints, launching new services to expand product offers, researching the current market trends, and improving sales plans. A sales director must have excellent leadership and decision-making skills to support and acknowledge the team's best efforts.