Solutions Manager – GIS Monitoring


Remote (reporting to Head Office, Manchester, UK)

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£50k+ (negotiable)

We are looking for a Solutions Manager / Product Specialist to join our team, who will be responsible for our Gas-Insulated Switchgear (GIS) monitoring applications. The Solutions Manager will enhance Monitra’s market position and global sales for our GIS solutions. This exciting multidisciplinary role will be in regular contact with the Commercial and Technology Development teams.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Devise and drive the strategy for meeting sales performance targets for GIS monitoring solutions
  • Identify new projects for GIS monitoring
  • Support regional sales managers in negotiating relevant commercial discussions/ proposals
  • Ensure the Commercial team has up to date sales-supporting material by working with the Marketing and Development teams
  • Work with the Development team on Monitra’s GIS solutions – collate customer feedback into future development roadmap.
  • Attend sales meetings and deliver presentations and demos as appropriate
  • Must be legally authorised to work in the UK

Training – Full training on our products and services will be provided.

Global travel may be required.

Essential Requirements

  • Expert knowledge of worldwide GIS market
  • Degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering and/or 7 years' relevant work experience
  • Confidence in executive sales environment
  • Understanding of GIS condition monitoring marketplace
  • Desire to own a product or strategic area and being responsible for commercial performance
  • Strong track record of managing and building client relationships

Our Benefits:

  • Competitive salary
  • Flexible hybrid working arrangements
  • Annual profit sharing bonus & share options scheme
  • Excellent career progression opportunities
  • Full training and opportunity to gain external certifications
  • Benefits scheme including cycle to work, eyecare, tech scheme, discount codes and vouchers

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