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Job Opportunity: Key Account Manager

By Hpanchal on April 3, 2013
Posted in Air Cargo World News and tagged cargo, job, lufthansa

Lufthansa Cargo Airlines (LCAG), one of the world’s leading global air carriers, is seeking an energetic, motivated, and detail-oriented individual to fill the position of Key Account Manager at our Americas Headquarters in Atlanta, GA.

Abbreviated Job Description: The Key Account Manager is responsible for the relationship management of the some of our key forwarding partners on a corporate level. Responsibilities include quarterly customer performance reviews, business development and attendance at industry events.

Requirements: High school diploma/GED and Bachelor degree is desirable, 5 years previous international airline cargo sales experience, (on a regional or country level is preferred). Fluency in English is required as well as computer literacy and industry knowledge. Qualified applicants must possess permit to work in the USA, must be willing to travel and must possess a valid driver’s license. Contact: Please send resume to alison.ricker@dlh.de. To see the full posting or apply online please visit our recruiting website www.be-lufthansa.com.

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Submitted by Robert C. Garrison on

I would like to apply for this position. I am currently employed by the Boeing Company (27 years) in Long Beach, California, but prior to that i was the on-site Boeing Field Service Representative in Frankfurt. I have worked in various capacities at Boeing, mostly in customer support.

I will submit my resume to Ms. Ricker via separate email.

Regards,

Robert C. Garrison
(562) 243-8712

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