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Jamieson Manufacturing Oklahoma City, OK, 73179
Jamieson Manufacturing Co. Jamieson Fence Supply Oklahoma City, OK Branch Job Description Position Title: Inside Sales Reports to: Branch Manager – Assistant Manager Overall Responsibility: Actively work to build relationships with repeat customers in a wholesale environment, maintain a working knowledge of all products sold, assist customers with job orders, develop customer accounts, facilitate...
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