Field Sales Engineer
North of England, Commission + Access to Ford Ranger
We’re looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated person who loves to meet new people and likes the outdoor life.
Selling wood chippers and the services of Orange Plant would involve a confident demonstration of the machinery in all weathers and terrains.
Reporting to the Business Development Manager
This role offers uncapped commission and the right candidate will be covering the North of England, building new markets and has ability, skills, a can-do-attitude and enthusiasm to drive sales of Orange Plant, both in new sales of arboricultural machinery and increase hire revenue.
You will be motivated to develop new business opportunities from leads that you self-generate and those that are supplied to you and those. Possessing excellent communication skills, you will feel confident in dealing with customers at all levels.
Working as part of a close knit team where you will be required to help with holiday cover and also assist with the running of a busy depot.
In addition, you will:
If this is the challenge for you please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org 0191 236 7795
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Our zero tolerance approach to modern slavery must be communicated to all suppliers, contractor’s and business partners at the outset of our business relationship with them and reinforced as appropriate.