We are looking to recruit a highly motivated individual within our company, to work as a Apprentices Sales Engineer, taking enquiries from customers and selecting desired product which meets customer’s needs, using engineering software.
Some technical knowledge and understanding of electronics
Ability to read technical drawings and follow technical instructions
Good communication and writing skills
Ability to fully document work for quality control purposes
Candidate must be able to work competently as an individual and as part of a team.
Must be able to self-organise and prioritise work load, to enable all enquiries and orders are processed within a reasonable timeframe.
Must be punctual and respectful of work colleagues.
GSCE Maths, 6 or A/B or Equivalent
GCSE English, 4 or A-C or Equivalent
Science Based Subject, 4 or A-C or Equivalent
Apprenticeship with the possibility of progressing to degree course within a Sales Engineer role
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