NextEra Energy Jobs in West Palm Beach
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Position Location: Flexible within the state of Florida. This position is responsible for recruiting, building and leading a consultative sales organization. Plans and implements sales strategies and objectives. Coordinates development of sales objectives, strategies, and promotional programs and ensures their execution to achieve customer satisfaction and revenue goals. Accountable for the annual...
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