Looking for freelance 3D sales tech/engineer

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Looking for freelance 3D sales tech/engineer

Postby Laser3D » Thu Mar 16, 2006 7:20 pm

Our firm is expanding into the North America and is looking to work with a
professional sales technician who would be available for selected business
and technical meetings North America wide and/or virtually via Skype/WebEx

3D Scanning/modeling/CAD support and subsequent client/channel partner technical support would be the prime areas of responsibility. The technology sector is the 3D
Scanning Medical/Dental/Reverse Engineering space. A high level of
experience/understanding in CAD-CAM would be ideal. And a professional
business demeanor is an important part of the opportunity. You would support
a Strategic Account executive to facilitate the market launch and
ongoing business implementation etc... The opportunity would be initially
compensated on a per appointment or incident freelance basis, travel expenses will be covered by us. With some
successful experience and market traction this opportunity could become even more lucrative. Initial product and technical training would be provided in Germany and compensated.

The ability to selectively travel in North America is important. Your location near a major North American airport hub would also be ideal, New England preferred.. This opportunity launches in April 2006....
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