Sales Engineer - Switchgear

Dexter Nicholas Limited
£40,000 - £50,000 + Commission & Company Car
11 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

JOB TITLE: Sales Engineer ? Switchgear

LOCATION: London, Cambridge, Ipswich, Chelmsford, Southend On Sea, Bury Edmunds, Harlow, Luton, Basildon, St Albans, Dartford, Rochester, Canterbury, Croydon, Milton Keynes, Reading, Basingstoke, Guildford, Winchester, Bedford

INDUSTRY: Switchgear

SALARY: £40,000 to £50,000 + Commission, Company Car


Our Client is a well-established organisation in the Switchgear products industry, the company supple a wide range of Switchgear products such as control panels, Low Voltage Switchgear, Power Distribution, Process Control, Automation and Machine Control Equipment to a variation of different industries such as Aggregates, Power Generation, Chemical, Food and Beverage and Manufacturing industries across the whole of the UK and on an international level.

The company are now looking to recruit a Sales Engineer to join their team. The ideal candidate will have previous experience in the Switchgear / Control Systems industry, will have built up a wealth of knowledge and contacts in the industry, will have a proven track record in sales, will have excellent technical ability in the industry, will be hardworking, driven, hungry for success and looking to join a well-established, growing organisation.

Principal responsibilities / Knowledge / Experience

1. Minimum 3 years of proven sales success in the Switchgear Industry.

2. Sales experience ? essential

3. Maintain a professional relationship with customers and ensure they are kept satisfied with the companies services.

4. To manage the key account list to maximise sales and profit

5. Effective Communicator.

6. Prompt and accurate reporting to the Directors as required.

7. Computer literate.

If you would like to apply for or require information on the role please email your CV with the reference number and all relevant details to sarah.walker@dexternicholas(.)com

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