Ohio Mills Corp - Special Olympics - South Bend, Indiana
Ohio Mills Corp. manages and operates Clothing Recycling programs for non-profit and public organizations. In Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana we manage and maintain the Special Olympics Clothing Donation bin network.
Ohio Mills Corp. is seeking a Site Finder for its South Bend, Indiana and surrounding areas donation bin program. The site finder will be responsible for contracting with Community Businesses to voluntarily host a Special Olympics Clothing Donation Bin. Though this is a 'sales' position, no monies are involved in the hosting of the clothing bins.
The responsibility of the Site Finder/sales rep is to identify potential hosting sites and negotiate the placement of Clothing Bins with business owners, corporate offices, mall administrators, local counties, or other retail establishments that are interested in offering textile recycling to their customers or patrons. Both short and medium term sales cycles are to be expected.
- Canvass designated territory and identify suitable sites.
- Contact owners or administrators to negotiate the placement of Textile Recycling Bins
Helpful Skills: - Business to Business sales, marketing or fundraising experience.
- Motivated, energetic, and positive outlook. Team player a must.
- Exceptional communication skills.
- Auto Sales, Mortgage Origination, Non-Profit Fundraising
Full time position with weekly salary, monthly commission, allowances and incentives.
Fuel, phone, and car allowance. Overall compensation is between 45k to 55k depending on experience and performance.
About the company
Ohio Mills Supply Co. is a family built textile recycling business that has spanned 4
generations. With beginnings in the late 1940's we have been recycling
and re-using textiles for over half a century. We recycle close to 12 Million LBS of textiles annually.
Only 5% of Americas 20 Billion pounds of textile waste is recycled annually. Our business revolves around recycling an ever larger portion of these goods. We partner with County governments and non-profit organizations to bring and market recycling outlets to local communities.