Kieffer | Starlite Career Opportunity: Nurturing Relationships as a Client Service Manager

 

On this Pro AV Jobcast, host Tyler Kern explored open positions at Kieffer | Starlite with vice president of client services Steve Born. Kieffer | Starlite is a national sign company that specializes in manufacturing, service, and installation since 1956 — and today they’re looking to hire a client service manager.

This position, which has available openings in Illinois, Texas, and North Carolina, is responsible for all sales administrative duties associated with repeat national accounts, which includes working with the company’s design, manufacturing and installation management departments to facilitate a smooth sale from start to finish.

“We’re looking for someone who is very well-organized, able to self-manage, multi-task, and handle large volumes of work,” Born said, emphasizing self-management because the company doesn’t micromanage its employees. “You do your thing day in and day out.”

Born said the ideal candidate has two to three years’ experience with at least an Associate’s Degree, which means this could be a great starting position for someone with great customer service and troubleshooting skills looking to enter the Pro AV industry with a well-established signage company. The position is Monday through Friday with rare occasional weekends and extremely limited travel.

Listen to find out what 90s metal band Born mentioned when he answered our signature question — If the company was a band, which one would it be — and find out to how to get in touch with Born directly to discuss the open positions.

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