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  1. Freeman Signs, Inc. is looking for a graphic designer to assist in our sign design process. Our sales representatives are in constant need of artwork, revisions, alterations, etc. and we need a fast paced, creative, diligent designer to add to the team. Must have experience designing signage. Wages based on experience. Best benefits in the industry! Benefits include: -Bereavement leave -Family leave -8 paid holidays -Jury duty leave -Medical insurance -Dental insurance -Long term / short term disability -Life insurance -Paid vacation -Uniforms -Tools -Supplemental insurance Feel free to stop by our shop and fill out an application! We are located at 3883 N. Monaco Pkwy. Denver, CO 80207. You may also apply using: Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/pg/freemansignsinc/jobs/ Indeed- https://www.indeed.com/q-freeman-signs-l-Denver,-CO-jobs.html
  2. I've owned my sign & neon company for over 10 years now. We have several clients with multiple locations. My business coach has been pushing me to actively prospect with small-to-medium sized chains. I have a pretty solid background in sales, but in 10+ years I haven't been able to crack this nut. The chains that have come to us have stayed with us, but I'd like to develop a more aggressive prospecting/marketing plan. Any ideas? I know there are services that provide higher-level contact information - i.e. Manta.com, etc. I've tried going through the main corporate numbers of a few chains but the gatekeepers there tend to screen pretty well. I've hired (2) sales consultants that have taken my money and delivered nada. I'm sure there are others here that have figured this out.
  3. We are hiring an experienced sign repairer and installer. Pay is based on experience level. We are a small business that is rapidly expanding, based out of Blaine MN. We are looking for a motivated individual that gets the job done with little hesitation and guidence needed. We offer paid travel time and room for advancment as our company grows. Company bucket truck is supplied. Full-time position is being offered. Please submit resume with brief description of why you should be considered for this position. Thank you and we look forward to all applicants. Job Type: Full-time Required experience: Signage Installing: 3 years
  4. Signage Production Manager – Signs Production Manager for a family owned Award winning 40 year old Sign Company. Core market is Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. This position is a very important role in growth and development of the company. Qualities needed – Must be willing to LEAD crew with hands on work. Management Skills – Honest, positive attitude. Striving to work with the best creative & mechanically inclined. Have excellent math, written and verbal communication skills. Have experience in the following Corel Draw and other sign industry software, as well as Microsoft Office software Design, CNC Router, painting, sign installation of all types Enjoy being challenged CDL License will be needed within 90 days of hire. Duties and Responsibilities: Oversee all jobs from start to finish – Prioritize jobs on a daily/weekly/monthly basis to meet deadlines. Coordinate external resources, i.e.: suppliers, contractors, etc. Direct 5 employees Communicate effectively with team, sales reps, subs, & customers. Oversee maintenance of all vehicles, tools, equipment and facilities. Monitor all jobs including costs and labor Meet quarterly sales goals and budgets Run weekly production meeting and report to owner Exceptional organizational & time management skills Ability to prioritize and multi-task in a fast paced environment Explore new/better manufacture techniques and systems This position is suited for someone with a strong knowledge of the sign industry and excellent organizational & communication skills with the desire to be hands on. Benefits: Retirement Contribution, 50% Health insurance for family, 6 paid Holidays & 4 personal days. Send resume' to linda@greensignco.com
  5. Right now the LED / lighting market, where it pertains to the sign industry, involve mostly illumination of exterior signage. Box signs, channel / can lettering, racetrack illumination is the easiest and most accessible foothold into the sign industry that lighting has historically had. Lighting for interior signage was few and far between because of the size, power and heat requirements of older lighting techniques were not really appropriate for most interior signage or sign packages. LED’s have changed everything, including the accessibility for the lighting industry in the interior signage and awards market. I have 15 years in interior signage (division 10 / ADA federally regulated / Braille & way finding) and small monuments. I owned my own commercial sign shop for many years before selling right before the economy/building crash. I went to work for a large international exterior sign company and creating from the ground up a full functional division to produce interior signage that allowed us to offer full sign packages for some of the largest fortune 500 companies in the world. Our polymer division was the first ever to produce braille packages in China. This was all occurring at the beginning of the LED explosion into the sign market. During this time I developed a marketing plan for several systems that combined my new LED knowledge with my manufacturing and sales knowledge of the interior division 10/ ADA sign market. At the time, the company decided not to invest in this “new” technology and being a sign company instead of a lighting company, felt the direction I wanted to go in was too far outside their business scope. Five years later, I feel my industry is overdue for a standard for lite interior signage. I’m now seeking a full time position with a company that wants to be that standard and supply bracket and lighting hardware to the interior sign manufacturing industry. The company I seek does not want to be the artist; they want to be the canvas seller. They want to sell wholesale direct to the largest interior sign producers and suppliers in the country. To be cost effective, I believe the company I seek is already sourcing direct from LED manufactures overseas. Thank You for your time, Please contact me if you are interested in a copy of my resume or a more in-depth conversation. Support.ada@gmail.com
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