Current Designs, Inc. is a small group of hard-working, talented people who bring together engineering, design, and manufacturing to form a technically innovative business. Our focus is on fiber-optic computer response devices used by Neuroscientists involved in the Human Brain Mapping project.
We are looking for an energetic and creative technical sales person with nuanced communication skills to join our management team. The Sales Manager will serve an international customer base while keeping an eye on expanding sales with strategic initiatives over the next 3-5 years.
The ideal candidate for this dynamic new position has some type of experience with sales and contacting potential new users, as well as an understanding the university research environment. While the position requires three to five years of experience, a longer work history could be more useful. We design and build everything in our Philadelphia building, which will provide a thorough understanding of our products as well as an opportunity to help develop the next generation of Neuroscience response devices.
Current Designs is Design/Build engineering business where electronics, firmware, design, and production are a tightly integrated process. We make technology products, and use lots of technology to make them better and more efficiently. Ten of us, in a renovated 1880s warehouse, work four days each week which lets everyone be engaged and energetic, but also have a good life balance with lots of time outside of work. For the past two decades we’ve worked with over a thousand research groups to provide precise and useful response devices for their innovative studies.
Mission: Current Designs was founded in 1994 to provide instrumentation that would make a fundamental difference in the work of researchers and scientists. The company has grown organically with the conscious decision to keep costs low and focus on the needs of our customers. As a small company, every employee matters, and we depend on their talents and hard work for our continued success.
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