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Sales/Marketing Assistant

The Solution Design Group, Inc. (SDG), a rapidly growing
aviation/transportation technology consulting and software development
firm, is seeking an experienced and energetic sales and marketing
assistant for its Warrenton, Virginia location. 

This growth-oriented position is responsible for a variety of sales and
marketing support tasks including assisting with proposal preparation,
assisting with the development and execution of marketing and sales
campaigns for SDG's software products, and assisting with the
development and management of software reseller channels. 

Candidates should have a minimum of five years of experience with sales
support related activities including proposal preparation, lead follow
up, meeting scheduling and presentation development. Tradeshow
coordination experience is a plus. A strong knowledge of the Microsoft
Office Suite including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is necessary.
Occasional travel may be required.

SDG offers competitive salaries and benefits including employer paid
health, dental, and life insurance and a 401-K plan. Please submit your
cover letter and resume as directed below.

If you are interested in applying for a position, please indicate your
interest and contact Human Resources using one of the methods described

The Solution Design Group, Inc. (SDG) is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Regular Post 
The Solution
Design Group, Inc.
Attn: Human
3185 South Conway
Road, Suite D 
Orlando, FL 32812

(407) 382-3959
(Attention: Human



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