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6 months ago
Location: Manchester
Job type: Permanent
Category: Engineering Sales Jobs
What you will do
The Sales engineer position is an exciting Sales role that reports directly into the Sales Manager for the UK&I Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) business.

This is a new role at an exciting time of growth within JCI. The role will focus on sales via contractors, consultants and end users. You will have the opportunity to build on any existing customer relationships you may have whilst driving new business across your network. You will be targeting product driven opportunities within our HVAC sector that translate into profitable growth. You will develop, communicate, and implement a comprehensive plan to grow the YORK brand across your region.

How you will do it
As an HVAC Sales Engineer you will be able to operate independently and be customer focused. You will understand your customer base and work to align their needs with our products and services. You will have the ability to build relationships that can develop and expand your portfolio. Your exceptional communication skills will help deliver a positive impression of JCI as we aim to grow and develop this area of our business. You will identify new customers and sales across your region.

What we look for
The successful candidate will have previous HVAC industry experience (Sales or Sales Support).
Experience within the chiller market.
High level of creation of new accounts and opportunities
Experience of the YORK product is preferred but not essential
Strong communicator with a proven track record of developing sales within a commercial environment
Ability to manage and influence both internal & external stakeholders at all levels
Excellency in verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to communicate technical information to a non-technical audience

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