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  • Product Sales Engineer - Directional Control Valves

    Posted Date 2 months ago(11/29/2018 1:52 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-31674
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Sales
    Platform
    IMI Precision Engineering
  • Overview

    The Product Sales Engineer will be responsible for developing and executing sales of IMI Directional Control Valves, while also supporting sales of actuators, air prep and accessories. 

     

    It is a must that you have extensive knowledge of the productsand the corresponding applications in which they are used. The Sales Engineer will be responsible forsupporting the sales team and distribution to grow market share, as well asproviding market insight to guide our new product development initiatives.

    Responsibilities

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Be marketing and sales professional for product

    • Achieve aggressive sales targets to drive significant growth

    • Grow opportunities within existing customer base

    • Identify and penetrate new customer & application opportunities

    • Develop and maintain key strategic customer relationships

    • Clearly communicate customer needs to internal stakeholders

    • Develop and deliver professional sales proposals

    • Maintain accurate sales forecast to aid in resource planning and execution

    • Develop both strategic and tactical sales plans

    • Identify potential new products or market opportunities for future growth

    • Promote the company and its capabilities through trade shows and industry conferences

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Equivalent preferred

    • 5-10 years of experience in sales experience in related field/industry

    • Moderate manufacturing experience a plus

    • Strong interpersonal skills are required for both building a relationship with clients and effectively communicating with others on the sales team.

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