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Chemical Products and Technology: Director, Large Groups
The position is responsible for assisting Senior Directors, Large Product & Sector Groups in managing all aspects of assigned high revenue/high need groups within the Chemical Products and Technology (CPT) division, including directing administrative, technical, advocacy, and planning services. The position works closely with key internal and external stakeholders and reports directly to a Senior Director, Large Groups.
CHEMTREC: Account Manager
The position is responsible for managing ACC member companies and other high priority accounts, as well as identifying and developing new accounts for CHEMTREC. The position is also responsible for identifying and evaluating additional needs of the customer base and contributing to the solution development to meet these needs. The position will prepare proposals, draft contracts, and provide support to sales, marketing, new business development and customer service elements of CHEMTREC’s Call Center. The position reports directly to the Sales Manager.
CHEMTREC: Director, Sales and Marketing
The position is responsible for overseeing all aspects of CHEMTREC’s account management and marketing/product management teams. The position will have specific focus on new business development, strategic business plan input, product roadmap development, and existing account management. The position will also be responsible for completing sales forecasts and development of KPI’s indicating success of strategy plan execution. The position will report directly to the General Manager.
CHEMTREC: Manager, Customer Fulfillment
This position is responsible for managing CHEMTREC’s Customer Service Team including organization, work load assignment, and inside selling activity. Working with account management, this position will help identify and evaluate additional needs of the customer base. The position will monitor and evaluate customer service processes and protocols to ensure they are aligned with internal and external needs. This position will report to the Sales Manager.
Chlorine: Director, Chlorine Issues
The position is responsible for implementing strategies to advance chlorine sector policy priorities in regulatory, legislative and other forums. This includes managing Chlorine Chemistry Division advocacy on safety, security and environmental issues impacting chlorine producers and major downstream users such as water and wastewater treatment facilities.
Plastics: Director, Marine and Environmental Stewardship
The position is responsible for providing strategic, proactive leadership on the Plastics division’s environmental stewardship programs, with a strong focus on delivering concrete results on the division’s marine debris strategy and programs. The position is responsible for identifying and recommending opportunities to reduce marine debris, and for engaging in advocacy, networking, and developing partnerships with international organizations, government agencies, NGOs and the private sector. The position also is accountable for ensuring that the Division’s programs meet member objectives, deliver business value, and manage resources for maximum impact. The position reports directly to the Managing Director, Plastic Markets.
State Affairs, Manager
The position is responsible for managing the day-to-day activities for the ACC Mid-Atlantic region, including state legislative and regulatory tracking of various issues impacting the chemical industry. The position is also responsible for managing and reporting on all issues for the ACC state government affairs committee and staff. Additionally, the position assists in developing advocacy material for grassroots and lobbying efforts, interacting with contract lobbyists and consultants as well as representing ACC before legislative and regulatory agencies and public policy groups. The position reports directly to the Director, State Affairs.
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