Mission: Diminishing access to clean water is one of the most serious risks facing the world today. And water is integral to many of our customers’ key processes – including cleaning and sanitizing, food processing, boiler and cooling water treatment, influent and ...
I worked at Nalco Water full-time (More than 5 years)
You sell, you really make the money.
Chance to build great relationships with your customers
Competitive - you are always challenged to do your best
A company of great honesty and integrity
Cutting edge - using technology to monitor accounts and be proactive in identifying problems and solving them
Needs to be more interaction between the various groups to increase sales opportunities
Advice to Management
I applied through college or university. The process took 3+ weeks. I interviewed at Nalco Water (Fayetteville, AR) in October 2017.
Nalco posted a technical sales intern position on my school career website and I signed up by submitting my resume. I was asked to interview and a recruiter and a district manager came to my campus and conducted interviews with many students. After about a week I was contacted by a district manager that had spoken to the recruiter about me. A few phone calls with district managers and one final call again with the recruiter was pretty much the whole process. The recruiter offered me a position on the phone then formally in an email. Whole process from the interview to offer was about 3 1/2 weeks.
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