Project Manager North America 

Join Delta Design’s ambition to rapidly accelerate revenue 

Rapidly accelerate revenue? Yes! Last year we proudly joined forces with the Bruynzeel Storage Group, the European market leader in mobile storage systems. This unlocked a world of opportunities for us to grow not only within our own market but also across Europe and into new sectors. Our ambition? To boost our revenue by 50% by 2026 and to double it by 2030. Ambitious? Absolutely. Achievable? Without a doubt. And you can be a key player in this exciting growth. Are you ready for this? 

Your role as a Project Manager

You are responsible for the delivery and supervision of our projects, ensuring excellence at every stage. 

  • You support Sales Managers with technically complex and/or large projects, before, during and after order placement; 
  • You assemble and operationally manage a project team; 
  • You supervise projects on a technical and organizational level, ensuring timelines, budgets, safety standards etc. are met; 
  • You have technical affinity, strong organizational, communication and presentation skills and financial acumen.  
  • You want to be part of our ambition. You're not afraid to take ownership and to go the extra mile for your customers. You're eager to work with leading institutions such as Yale University Peabody Museum and University Art Gallery, Harvard University (Natural History and Art Museums) and American Museum of Natural History. You understand that the value of the collections stored and preserved in our storage systems is essential for our future. 


You are supported by Sales, Design and Logistics Team. You report to the President of Delta Designs Ltd. You spend 10-15% of your time traveling.  

About Delta Designs Ltd

Delta Designs is a leader in North America for the storage of museum, university and research institution collections and is known for its high-quality custom-made museum cabinets. Delta has worked with leading institutions such as the Guggenheim Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, MIT Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, the Smithsonian, the Art Institute of Chicago, Yale, Harvard and many other notable Ivy League Universities. We are famous for our flexibility and meticulous design expertise. All cabinets are built by master craftsman. Our headquarters are in Topeka, Kansas. Since March 2023, Delta Designs has been part of Bruynzeel Storage Group, the European market leader in mobile storage systems. They specialize in providing mobile storage solutions across various sectors, including museums, retail, smart warehouses and even vertical farming.   


Why Delta Designs?

High potential for sales growth 

Joining our team means stepping into a realm of boundless opportunity. Our strategic plan outlines a trajectory for substantial sales growth, providing a platform for you to excel and thrive. With a clear roadmap in place, fueled by innovation and market insights, you'll have the chance to contribute to and benefit from our exciting journey toward unprecedented success. 

Entrepreneurial spirit 

While we're proud to hold the top position in museum collection storage, we're not resting on our laurels. Our entrepreneurial spirit drives us to continually seek new horizons and expand our reach. As part of our team, you'll be at the forefront of this expansion, using your expertise to accelerate sales and solidify our position as industry leaders. You'll have the autonomy to explore new avenues, and drive revenue growth with agility and ingenuity. 

Commitment to sustainability 

At the heart of everything we do lies a steadfast commitment to sustainability. We enable our clients to lower their footprint and increase the sustainability of their building environment. By aligning our sales efforts with sustainable practices and eco-friendly solutions, you'll not only contribute to our bottom line but also play a pivotal role in creating a better, more sustainable future for generations to come. 



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