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Audio Precision Headquarters in Beaverton, OR, USAJoin Our Team
Audio Precision is looking for professional, motivated individuals to join our dynamic team. We provide an attractive, smoke-free working environment, above average compensation and benefits, and a professionally rewarding work culture. Join the industry leader of audio test and measurement.

Audio Precision does not accept resumes unless it’s for a current job opening. If you wish to submit your resume for our current job openings, please email your resume to [email protected] with the job title as the subject line.

Corporate Headquarters
Audio Precision is located in Beaverton, Oregon, in the high-tech “Silicon Forest” of the greater Portland area, rated as one of the most desirable places to live and work in the United States. Environmentally conscious, Oregon offers a wide variety of outdoor activities including numerous recreational rivers and lakes, excellent campgrounds and State Parks, year-round skiing on Mt. Hood an hour to the east, the Pacific Ocean and coastline an hour to the west, the scenic Columbia Gorge and many hiking and biking trails both in and around town. Thirty miles to the southwest, the Willamette Valley features picturesque farmland and award-winning wineries.

About Audio Precision
Audio Precision is a recognized world leader in electronic audio and electro-acoustic test instrumentation. Audio Precision’s analyzers enable engineers to design and manufacture innovative solutions ranging from semiconductor devices to consumer, automotive, and professional audio products. AP is part of Axiometrix Solutions, a leading test solutions provider comprised of globally-recognized measurement brands.


OPEN POSITIONS


Regional Sales Manager – UK & Ireland

Job Summary:  We are looking for a Regional Sales Manager who will be responsible for working in the UK.

We are keen to hear from you if you have previous sales experience and can demonstrate year-on-year growth in your current role and are looking for a new and exciting challenge. You will be responsible for promoting the company portfolio of products, generating sales leads, identifying opportunities, and following them all the way through to the order stage in line with agreed targets.

To apply for this role, you should have experience in the T&M sector, ideally with knowledge of a test and measurement especially data acquisition systems and/or audio and sound. The role would suit someone who is dynamic, driven and keen to develop their industry knowledge. Support will be given in relation to technical information and product ranges. Travel is required with this role. In return we offer a competitive salary, target-based commission, and pension contribution.

The Ideal Candidate;
• Has a proven track record in generating new business, following up on warm leads and identifying new projects within the industry
• Enjoys helping customers resolve their test challenges using Data Acquisition Systems & Data Loggers especially within Industry Solutions, E-Mobility, Test Stand Solutions, Noise & Vibration Analysis or electro-acoustic
• Wants to be part of a growing business
• Can build strong relationships with new and existing customer base, along with other members of your team
• Is a self-starter, articulate, well organised and self-motivated
• Has a full UK driving licence
• Wants to sell and promote world-class products

Job Location: UK & Ireland

If you are ready to shape the future of UK Sales in our growing company, are excited about being the face of leading B2B brands, and enjoy working in a global business, we would love to hear from you. Please apply by sending your CV along with covering letter outlining why you would be a perfect fit for this role to [email protected]

Principals only; recruiters please do not contact AP regarding this position.


Global Human Resource Generalist

Job Summary: The Global Human Resource Generalist will oversee and administer the daily functions of the Human Resource (HR) department including hiring and interviewing staff, administering pay, benefits, and leave, and enforcing company policies and practices for global Commercial and Finance Organizations including US and international associates.

Duties/Responsibilities:
• Supervising all HR activities, communications, reports, requests and documents created and received by the team
• Administering annual performance management process including quarterly and annual employee performance reviews and annual salary review process
• Ensuring compliance with Federal & State labor regulations
• Administering compensation and benefit plans including benchmarking against industry standards
• Assisting in talent acquisition and recruitment processes
• Assisting in the development, implementation, and communication of regional and global human resource policies
• Gathering & analyzing data with useful HR metrics, like time to hire and employee turnover rates
• Developing & overseeing exit interview process with internal feedback mechanisms
• Conducting employee onboarding & organizing training & development initiatives
• Staying current and communicating trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in human resources, talent management, and employment law
• Other duties as assigned

Required Skills/Qualifications:
• Proven experience as an HR Generalist
• Thorough knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations.
• Excellent understanding of general human resources policies and procedures
• Excellent verbal & written communication and people skills.
• Proven ability to work as a team with in a results driven organization
• Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and conflict-resolution skills.
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
• Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.
• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
• Ability to prioritize tasks and to delegate them when appropriate.
• Ability to act with integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality.

Education and Experience
• Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field required.
• At least five years of human resource experience preferred.
• SHRM Certified Profession (SHRM-CP) a plus

Please apply by sending your resume to [email protected].

Principals only; recruiters please do not contact Axiometrix Solutions regarding this position.

Open Positions
Axiometrix Solutions is an EEO/AA Employer


Partner Marketing Manager / Channel Marketing Manager (Axiometrix Solutions)

Job Description: As part of the Axiometrix Solutions Marketing team, the Partner Marketing Manager is responsible for developing the regional partner marketing strategy to drive brand awareness and to generate leads in collaboration with our business Partners around the world. This is a new position due to our growth. You will be able to bring your best practices and to drive your ideas in collaboration with the teams.

Your goals are:

    • 1. To work with the Partners to develop and execute their Marketing plans and to ensure that our Brands are correctly represented. You will build and measure successful demand generation campaigns with the Partners;
      2. To design and execute a regional partner marketing program in key global markets encompassing the group’s 3 brands;
      3. To establish efficient working relationships with internal teams: Global Marketing, Global Sales / Business Development, Product Marketing, Product Management, Technical Support, and with our channel Partners / Distributors’ marketing teams.

Primary Responsibilities:

Demand/Lead Generation 

    • • Define and measure what success looks like
      • Support our Sales team in the creation and management of virtual and in-person partner training
      • Work with Partners to develop jointly branded customer success stories that highlight the companies’ value proposition
      • Review, improve, and influence partner-issued marketing plans on a quarterly basis
      • Work with our Partners to develop and deliver turn-key marketing campaigns to them, and enable these Partners to grow our brand awareness and their leads

Partner Communications

    • • Develop the cadence of direct communications with top Partners in target countries
      • Create global quarterly Partner newsletters and Partner Forums
      • Develop a centralized Partner Portal with access to the 3 portfolio brands
      • Provides support with new product launches, existing products, and pre-post sales tactics

Required Skills/Qualifications:

    • • 5+ years B2B partner / channel marketing experience
      • Bachelor’s degree in a business or technical discipline
      • Working knowledge of Digital Marketing, including search, social, and nurturing journeys
      • Well-organized, with strong project management skills
      • Ability to work independently and lead small project teams
      • Excellent critical thinking, communication, and creative problem-solving skills
      • English language fluency
      • Approximately 25% travel when it is safe to do so again

Desired:

    • • Working knowledge of Salesforce
      • Vendor management experience
      • Event planning and coordination experience (trade shows, seminars, etc.)
      • Social media marketing experience
      • Working knowledge of marketing automation tools: Pardot or Marketo
      • Experience in B2B marketing of audio equipment and/or test equipment

Job Location:

Friedrichsdorf – Germany, Holte – Denmark, Remote (work from home) in the U.K.

If you are ready to shape the future of the Partner Marketing discipline in our growing company, are excited about being the face of leading B2B brands, and enjoy working in a global business, we would love to hear from you. Please apply by sending your resume to [email protected].

Principals only; recruiters please do not contact AP regarding this position.

Open Positions
Axiometrix Solutions is an EEO/AA Employer