Are you based north of the Midlands? Do you have experience and knowledge of UPS (Critical Power) systems? Are you a sales professional with a history of hitting or exceeding sales targets? Would you like to join a global company with over 1000 employees who specialise in rotary UPS and static UPS technologies?
If the answers are yes, this could be the opportunity you have been looking for!
*Knowledge and experience of UPS technology
*Proven record of achievement in a solution sales capacity – preferably within the UPS sector
*Northern based – Anywhere north of Birmingham/Leicester/Peterborough – Not Scotland.
*Full UK driving licence required
*c.£50k starting basic salary (negotiable dependent upon experience)
*20% Annual bonus
*Home office and equipment (Laptop mobile etc)
*7% matched pension
*+ other flexible benefits
Airports, data processing centers, factories and hospitals must protect themselves against power failure to prevent disasters. Large uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) provide this protection and our client are the largest manufacturer of these.
As an Area Sales Engineer for our client, you will be responsible for offering UPS solutions to the aforementioned sectors. You will be responsible for a geographical area that covers everywhere and including the Midlands. You will walk into an area that has a high number of untouched leads as well as a solid customer base that are due to be upgraded.
In exchange for thew ‘warm’ leads and exisiting customer base, our client will expect you to proactively target and approach new business in the area. With ‘average’ sales values around the £200k mark, this is a great opportunity to establish yourself with a globally renowned organisation.
Please reply to this advert in the first instance. For any extra information, feel free to contact Daniel Shaw in our Manchester office for more information on 0161 831 1608. PLEASE NOTE – only those that qualify for the ‘essential requirements’ can proceed to submission stage.
Cordant Group is an equal opportunities employer