Everyone’s watched the Wolf of Wall Street, right?
If so, you’ll be familiar with the stock trader who’s played by Leonardo DiCaprio, Jordan Belfort.
Belfort, as depicted in the film, was a great salesman. His ability to engage with a client and sell his product in the best possible light was un-paralleled.
Unfortunately, despite the film trying to glorify his actions, Belfort was a crook, who was selling his clients a tainted service.
However, the company that I’m working with, who are looking for a new Sales Engineer, aren’t selling their clients a poor product, in fact they’re selling an industry leading product of which their customers repeatedly come back for.
So, if you’re a Sales Engineer who prides themselves on selling the best quality product on the market, you may be exactly what my client are looking for.
Specifically, my client is looking for a sales engineer who’s able to engage and forge relationships with engineers and companies of which my client sell to.
A mechanical engineering background is key as you’ll be expected to be able to learn and eventually know everything about my client’s products. You’ll also have to be able to work with customer engineers in designing and measuring the product that’s best for them, as my client works on bespoke items.
An engineering industry background would also be ideal, especially if you’ve worked with industrial bakery, cereal, steel, chemical and beverage customers.
The Jordan Belfort selling flair (without the illegal part) will also be important as my client are looking to expand their customer base, of which you would be expected to take extra motivation from.
So, if you’re a Sales Engineer with the relevant background, send over a CV and give me a call on 01257 244748 and we can discuss yourself and the role in more detail.
This vacancy is being advertised by Kensington Consulting Ltd.
Kensington Consulting Ltd operates as a Recruitment / Employment Agency for the provision of permanent candidates and as a Recruitment / Employment Business for the provision of temporary candidates. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, and we confirm that we will gladly accept applications from persons of any age for this role.