Sales | WA Sales Engineer - Pumps | Minerals Processing | Mining, Water & Waste Water |
LEADING GLOBAL PROVIDER OF MINERALS PROCESSING SOLUTIONS, PUMPS & VALVES! Sales Role! Major Projects! Up to $85K + Super + Car + Bonuses
Urgent Requirement - Please Apply Today
Our client is an undisputed leader in the supply and integration of slurry equipment solutions including pumps, hydrocyclones, valves, screen machines and screen media, rubber and wear resistant linings for global mining and mineral processing industries as well as water & waste water. Their capability extends to hydraulic designs, engineering, manufacture, supply and install, as well as monitoring, maintenance and upgrades / overhauls. They have a fantastic employee culture in both white & blue collar spaces - with strong training (both technical and professional development), best-in-market services and products and a commitment to delivering on time, on budget projects, and internal career progression featuring as reasons why you would want to consider a career with my client. Currently an opportunity exists for a sales engineer to join their WA team.
In this role you will develop new business and work heavily within existing accounts. You will sell my client's range of integrated centrifugal slurry & dewatering pumps, piston diaphragm pumps amongst other affiliated products and related services into heavy industry with a focus on the water & waste water and mining sectors, managing the sales process from enquiry to specification through to commissioning. You'll be backed up by excellent project engineers in developing quotes & tenders and winning sales. The role has excellent scope for development into the WA sales manager role within 24 months based upon your success.
Preferably you will have a proven background in the sales of pumps or pumping systems, with technical qualifications - either trade or mechanical engineering. You will demonstrate a proven track record in sales, business development and key account management. In addition, exposure to the waste, water, mining, oil & gas, manufacturing or industrial sectors will be highly regarded if not essential.