Valtronic Creates New Internal Customer-Related Position


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Valtronic, contract manufacturer of miniaturized electronic products for trusted medical device partners, announces that Valerie Kalish been promoted to Quote Coordinator, a new position created to further the company’s goal of best-in-class customer service.

In this position, Valerie is responsible for generating, tracking and communicating quoting activities for new and existing customers. This includes facilitating quoting activities, approving inputs, ensuring manufacturability, managing projects, and correcting documentation, quality and manufacturing issues.

Valerie reports directly to Christopher Cassan, National Sales Manager, and she works closely with Valtronic’s sales reps, and engineering and enterprise departments. Valerie has 19 years of service at Valtronic, having previously work in the company’s purchasing, accounting and sales departments. She attended Cuyahoga Community College and Kent State University.

Valerie’s last position, Customer Service Representatives & Order Entry, now is available. Valtronic is looking for a skilled individual with applicable experience to join its world-class team. For more information and/or to submit a resume, click here.

About Valtronic

We innovate and manufacture miniaturized electronic products for our trusted medical device partners. We produce integrated electronic and mechanical products. Our customers are leading global suppliers of medical implants and devices, diagnostic imaging equipment and sensitive aerospace and industrial assemblies. For over 30 years we have helped hundreds of companies develop and produce Class II & III medical devices and advanced miniaturized electronic assemblies.

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