Smarter. Stronger. Steel.A unique business development opportunity to shape the future of the American steel industry.
For nearly 100 years, the American Institute of Steel Construction has been the leading advocate and trusted resource for American structural steel. Our business development representatives build and retain strong relationships in the design and construction community by being visibly present in target cities, while leveraging the resources and expertise of AISC to deliver better project outcomes.
We are looking for three business development representatives to join our team at AISC. The primary responsibility of this role is to educate the design and construction community about the benefits of structural steel! We currently have positions available in Boston, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
AISC's field specialists live and work in target cities around the country building relationships and meeting with key decision makers about the benefits of fabricated structural steel for their buildings. You'll spend at least 10 days a month calling on architects, structural engineers, owners/developers and contractors to help them deliver better project outcomes.
A minimum of three years’ experience in building design, construction or fabrication. A technical background (a degree in civil/structural engineering, construction management or architecture), construction industry sales/marketing experience, or structural steel fabrication experience is preferred. Fantastic verbal and written communication skills are critical to your success. You'll also need to be comfortable working with clients and public speaking.
If you're a people person and want to work for an innovative and long-standing organization, email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internal Number: 535000-01-3000
About American Institute of Steel Construction
The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), headquartered in Chicago, is a non-partisan, not-for-profit technical institute and trade association established in 1921 to serve the structural steel design community and construction industry in the United States.