Enjoy autonomy and support, and earn uncapped commission by selling products that help people
A track record of success in B2B account management, an entrepreneurial spirit and a service orientation. If this describes you, this position offers you some compelling opportunities. You will:
Improving Lives By Improving Sight
- Represent a high-profile brand and the best products from the best labs in the industry as you build relationships with independent eyecare professionals across your territory. You'll also sell added value, including excellent customer service, inventory management and more. Quick question for you - click here
- Expand your skills in both account management and new business, taking advantage of strong training -- we're committed to setting you up for success.
- Enjoy autonomy in managing your territory as if it were your own business, while also enjoying resources and support from smart, talented people.
- Showcase your potential to take on additional responsibilities and advance at a company committed to supporting career growth. Our 2018 merger with Luxottica has given us an unmatched global footprint in the eyewear industry, and is creating opportunities for strong performers.
- Earn good money and also feel good about what you do. Essilor is driven by a threefold mission: Improving lives by improving sight, Innovating for better vision, and Reaching the 2.7 billion underserved.
. Essilor of America, Inc. is the leading manufacturer of eyeglass lenses in the United States, employs more than 10,000 people and operates the largest and most comprehensive optical laboratory network in the U.S. Essilor of America, Inc. is a subsidiary of Paris-based Essilor International. Essilor manufactures optical lenses under the Varilux®, Crizal®, Transitions®, and other brands, and our products are worn by one billion people daily. Essilor ranked #62 out of 700 corporations awarded the title "Diversity Leader 2020" by the Financial Times, and has been on Forbes' list of the World's 100 Most Innovative Companies every year from 2010 until 2018, when Forbes discontinued that list.