Water Treatment Specialist

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Customer Service/Support


State Chemical is experiencing exceptional growth and we’re looking to hire professionals who want to work with the best!

Founded in 1911, State Chemical has been developing and manufacturing a diverse line of specialty chemicals to the industrial, institutional and commercial maintenance marketplaces.  

We provide an extensive line of chemical solutions and inventory control systems to maintenance and repair operations. This includes our full line of ‘Ecolution’ Green Cleaning products which have been recognized by independent organizations such as EcoLogo as well as Federal recognition from the EPA.

The quality of our products and service has helped to make us one of the largest privately held manufacturers of specialty chemicals, with the nature of our products resulting in high repeat sales and strong customer loyalty.


The Water Treatment Specialist should have past experience selling and servicing commercial and light industrial users. A proven sales record in cooling tower and boiler treatment sales, service, commissioning and troubleshooting is essential. This position will mainly dedicated to train representatives and troubleshoot problems in existing account, maintaining some customer is also part of the position.


The specialist will also assist on training and seminar for customer and will actively exchange with other specialist to increase the group knowledge of the water treatment chemicals as it applies to industrial and commercial facilities.


• Minimum of 5 years industrial water treatment sales and service experience.
• Past experience with a variety of commercial and industrial customers is preferred.
• Well organized, self starter who can work with others to train on water treatment programs
• Science or technical degree a plus.
• Proven record of new business development, account retention and profitability.


Equal Opportunity Employer – M/F/Disabled/Vet


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