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Complete Pay and Display System in Excellent Condition.

Approximately 100 German manufactured pay and display machines, all in Excellent Condition! They consist of coin and credit card operation, GSM modems, solar and main power mix, back office server and all reporting software. And a supply of spare parts!

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American Valet is seeking resumes for a team of qualified managers to be placed at our hotel location in the Phoenix, AZ area! A Hotel Valet Management background and excellent references are required.

Choose: Account Manager – Hotel position PARKING EQUIPMENT


Access/Revenue Control Experience to work on Federal APD Equipment. Contact Larry: HELP WANTED ACCOUNT MANAGER - USA The Company:

CPE-APE (Canadian Parking Equipment / American Parking Equipment) has been a leading manufacturer of parking revenue control and vehicle access products for over 35 years. We have an immediate opening within our sales team for an Account Manager for our US Dealer/Distribution Network.

The Position:

• Inside sales of our Product under the American Parking Equipment (APE) brand.

• Management of the existing customer base and independently persue and develop new dealers and distributors for APE product within the United States.

• Developing direct solution proposals to end-users in territories where no dealers are available.

• A base salary, plus an attractive commis- sion/incentive structure will enable the right candidate to achieve an excellent overall income.

• Travel in around the United States at least once per month

• Plan and attend tradeshows The Candidate:

• Success in this position will require inter- nalmotivation for achievement. Passive lead chasers will not be happy here.

• Parking industry experience required.

• Possess a thorough understanding of long sales cycles.

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• Poses superior telephone sales and time management skills.

• Experience establishing and grooming relationshipswith decisionmakers and other repeat customers.

• Ability to understand the unique benefits for a wide range of complex products.

Compensation: Base + Commission $40k – $120k To apply:

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As Low as $66. p/month

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ParkingManagement, Inc. (PMI) is in search of a University ParkingManager respon- sible for managing the parking on all University owned or leased lots and garages. The Manager will be responsible for maintaining the University parking system with automated revenue control equipment as well as: possess P&L responsibility; man- age and mentor multiple employees; and oversee various sub-contractors, notably a shuttle bus operator. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in a man- agement or associated field, and at least 5 years of progressively responsible man- agement experience in a parking related field at a University or Hospital. Salary commensurate with experience, in addition to a substantial benefits package.

PMI is not a “revolving door” company. We are privately held and focus our atten- tion on satisfying our customers and our employees. If you are in search of a long- term career opportunity and are interested in increasing PMI’s market share based on delivering quality services to clients and customers, we encourage you to apply. and include job code UPM2010 in the subject line. Note: Resumes without salary requirements will not be considered. EOE.

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