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Friday, February 15, 2013

European Sales | Materials Characterisation Instrumentation | to £45K (£57K OTE)

We have a very rare opportunity for you to join a growing company that has won innovation awards for its unique instrument that solves many of the problems associated with characterising powders and fine particulate material.  The company has invested in new offices and production / R&D facilities and is set for a major growth phase.  This unique technology is established and well-proven and has created huge interest from potential and existing clients; the only limiting factor is that the company needs your skills to take the product to a wider international audience.  If you want to sell a unique instrument with no direct competitors and a European customer base that really wants to hear more, then this is the role for you!

Taking full control of the sales process and inheriting all leads and customer accounts to date you will have all you require to build a major sales pipeline quickly.  The company has also invested in a bespoke IT infrastructure and sales database so you will have up to date business information to capitalise on straight away.  The role will be supported by a specialist applications scientist so it is your sales experience that is more important than technical knowledge.  You will also benefit from 10-12 weeks of intensive on-site training before approaching the market.  Everything you need to be successful is here and waiting for you.

The role will cover the UK, Europe and some wider international clients. Typical markets sold to include pharmaceutical , food, automotive, mining, munitions, electronics, and chemical companies.  This broad customer base will give you a great opportunity to extend your experience.

Sales experience is essential for this role and the ideal background would be a physical sciences or engineering background.  The role will develop your understanding of how flowable materials behave so prior knowledge in this or related areas would be an advantage.

Please call Jonathan Pearse to discuss further.  01279 657716 or email

Job Ref: 9108

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