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Assistant Marketing Manager

Ecolab Greensboro, NC

Every day, we make the world cleaner, safer, and healthier protecting people and vital resources. Ecolab is the global leader in water, hygiene, and… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Marketing Manager

Ecolab, Inc. Naperville, IL

• Overall marketing strategy and execution of plans for the existing Automation products and services to all regions and business units, including… CareerBuilder

3 days ago

Assistant Manager, Customer Insights/Digital Marketing Analytics

Ecolab, Inc. Saint Paul, MN

for this position are to support Marketing Research/Customer Insights projects across the company. A key focus area will be developing and… CareerBuilder

3 days ago

Administrative Assistant to VP Healthcare Marketing – new

Ecolab, Inc. Saint Paul, MN

Manage calendars, schedule appointments, and book travel arrangements Coordinate meeting logistics, including reserving conference rooms, equipment… CareerBuilder

3 days ago

Administrative Assistant - Healthcare Corporate Accounts

Ecolab, Inc. Saint Paul, MN

Provide general administrative and project management support to the Corporate Accounts Vice President and Corporate Account Managers. Complete… CareerBuilder

3 days ago

District Manager

Ecolab, Inc. Birmingham, AL

• Drive profit growth to meet defined district profit increase goals by developing and executing a district plan to maximize revenue. • Regularly… CareerBuilder

3 days ago

Inside Sales Representative

Ecolab, Inc. Naperville, IL

• Collaborate with strategic business units on target markets to pursue based on technology and offerings in the Institutional, Manufacturing and… CareerBuilder

3 days ago

Sr. Marketing Associate

Ecolab, Inc. Denver, CO

Nalco Champion, an Ecolab Company, has an immediate need for a Sr. Marketing Associate in our Energy Services group for our Tiorco division located… CareerBuilder

19 days ago

Senior Technical Marketing Associate

Ecolab, Inc. Naperville, IL

• Developing marketing programs for the Wastewater Solutions group. Preparing and coordinating marketing information regarding market size, share and… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Technical Manager

Ecolab Aberdeen, Scotland

To assist sales in making industry-specific technical/application related sales calls and presentations in specific product and market applications… Adzuna

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Ecolab Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Doug Baker Jr.
Doug Baker Jr.
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    You'll work hard and learn so much about business

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    Current Employee - Business Development/Sales  in  Scottsdale, AZ
    Current Employee - Business Development/Sales in Scottsdale, AZ

    I have been working at Ecolab full-time for more than 5 years


    Earning potential; I started at $40k with no degree, earned an MBA and left the company on good terms after 4.5 years making $100k. Company car and expense account was nice but be careful with it. You'll work hard and long hours but it can be rewarding


    Bottom line: it's all about money. People are a side-effect to making money and if Ecolab could figure out how to do it without people they would! It wasn't so bad under the old CEO because unlike Baker the previous CEO started as a Territory Manager and worked his way up to CEO. Baker is a good CEO (I'm still a shareholder) and has done what CEO's do: grow the company. The challenge was that the best salesmen got promoted to management not the best qualified people. Management would frequently belittle employees and it seemed like some managers enjoyed watching people hang themselves.

    Being on call 24/7/365 isn't realistic and the work-life balance for Route Managers and Territory Managers is non-existent. Don't make plans in the evening "after work" because they'll ALWAYS fall through. The job of TM and RM are service heavy but the company really doesn't care about the service as long as you're selling. If you're moved into a position and told "it's not a sales position" it's a bald faced lie. Every job outside of Eagan (and many there too) are sales jobs.

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    Stop promoting the best sales people--they typically make bad leaders.

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