Sales Engineer – Power Systems “Generators / Engines” (open vacancy) – Doha


Job Description

Job Summary:
Responsible for selling power system products (Engines, generator sets and other associated products) to achieve sales targets in terms of quantity and value whilst maintaining the highest level of customer satisfaction.

Skills

Develop a good knowledge of customers’ needs and buying behaviors in order to support customers and provide them with the appropriate solution.
Develop and maintain excellent relationships with all customers.
Create product awareness and arrange/ conduct customer presentations and product demonstrations to improve sales opportunities and deals closure.
Keep updated on competitors activities, and provides timely feedback to Manager to support development of marketing strategy.
Promote and conduct business in a professional manner in order to protect the integrity of the company brand and image.
Develop with sales manager individual sales plan (unit sales, revenue, gross profit, participation, closure, etc.)Support execution and achievements of department objectives and action plans.
Use the CRM system to create/manage activities, business opportunities, as per CRM business rules and conventions.

Qualifications and Experience:
– Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical / Mechanical Engineering.
– “Must have” 3-5 years’ experience in Selling power systems “Generator Sets / Engines”.
– Excellent Communication Skills.
– Presentable and customer service oriented.

– Has Qatar driving license.
– Only candidates who are currently based in Qatar will be considered.  

Job Details

Job Location
Doha, Qatar

Company Industry
Oil & Gas; Electric Power Production & Transmission; Construction & Building

Company Type
Employer (Private Sector)

Job Role
Sales

Employment Type
Full Time Employee

Monthly Salary Range
Unspecified

Number of Vacancies
1

Preferred Candidate

Career Level
Mid Career

Years of Experience
Min: 3

Residence Location
Qatar

Degree
Bachelor’s degree / higher diploma

Age
Max: 32



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