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Green Collar Job Opening at TSB-- Immediate Need

announced March 10, 2010


New York Biodiesel Company Seeks Sales &
Recruitment Representatives
Position Type: Full and part-time positions available
Compensation: $3400/month total target comp after 2 months ½ work for full-time position
Hours: Flexible, but to include weekday afternoons
Description: We are looking for friendly, outgoing, environmentally-minded salespeople to visit local restaurants and speak with management about our waste cooking oil recycling service. Applicants must have professional appearance and attitude, be self-motivated, and have excellent communication skills. Training and promotional materials will be provided.
·       Sales/marketing experience required
·       Dependable, strong work ethic 
·       Excellent interpersonal skills
·       Ability to work independently
·       Solid sense of commitment and responsibility, with a desire to be proactive and take initiative
·       Ability to work in a fast-paced, target oriented environment
Please email your resume with cover letter to careers@tristatebiodiesel.com. Please attach your resume in Word format. Use the job title as the subject line.
About Tri-State Biodiesel: Tri-State Biodiesel, LLC is a New York City based subsidiary of The Sustainable Biodiesel Company LLC. The Sustainable Biodiesel Company (TSB) is a national company which is focused on the development and implementation of urban-based biodiesel projects utilizing non-food crop biodiesel feedstocks such as Used Cooking Oil, Jatropha Oil and Algae Oil. Founded by life-long biodiesel activist Brent Baker, TSB believes that the use of sustainably-produced biodiesel in combination with demand reduction measures such as mass-transit and transportation alternatives and in concert with technological advances such as diesel hybrids and light rail systems, can create an America that is both energy independent and sustainable.