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Leading Crane Manufacturer Recruiting for a Sales Executive with Technical Ability
5 Sept 2018
A leading crane manufacturer based in Donegal is recruiting for a Sales Executive with technical ability. Mantis Cranes is based in Killygordon. It manufactures, hires, and supplies tower cranes and self-erecting cranes throughout Ireland. The Sales Executive role involves supporting the company's existing customers while also expanding the current customer base. While the position is based in Mantis Cranes' Donegal office, it will require travel throughout the island of Ireland. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of selling into the construction industry, or they will have experience of cranes or heavy plant. An ability to interpret site layout drawings is required. The successful candidate will also be a self-starter, they will be able to work on their own initiative, and they will also have excellent communication skills. The ability to use computers and modern technology efficiently is also required.
Minimum of three years' experience in the sale or hire of capital plant to the construction sector or plant industry
Minimum 3rd level degree in construction studies, civil engineering, or a similar discipline with experience in Auto-Cad and reading drawings
A clean and valid driving license
The successful candidate can expect a competitive salary with an opportunity to earn bonuses. A company vehicle will also be provided. To apply, send a CV detailing your experience to firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for the receipt of applications is 14 September.
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