Sales Engineer

The global market for semiconductor is expected to be worth $412 billion this year, impressive right?
Semiconductors are used everywhere, from your laptop to your smartphone. Contribute to this ever-growing industry by joining a company delivering cutting-edge semiconductors and medical devices (talking about plasma there). They are looking for a Sales Engineer to grow their small yet successful team.

3 essential attributes that would make you a catch:
*You have a background in Engineering or Science
*You have a prior experience in Sales (6 months to 3 years)
*You have an excellent communication in English
*Extra-bonus point if you can speak German or Japanese

The main responsibilities:
*Develop the business by reaching out to new customers while managing the accounts of existing customers
*Participate to the whole sales cycle, from technical discussions to deal closure
*Travel to Germany and across Europe to meet customers

The perks:
*Bonus
*Work life balance
*Training in Japan
*Travels across Europe
*Health Insurance and Pension Plan
*Gym deals
*More

Location : West London
Salary range: £30'000 to £35'000 (this can be stretched for the right candidate so don't make it stop you from applying)
Start date: Early September

If you read that far and you felt that Sales Engineer could be you, quick apply or send your CV to j.seng@eurolondon.com.

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Jefferson Seng

Life Highlights: I was born and raised in Geneva, Switzerland, a small yet international and busy city. I went on studying Economics and Management which led me to an accounting opportunity. Although it was an enriching experience, it unfortunately lacked the warmth of human interaction.

All my following roles allowed me to work more closely to people, even pushing me to relocate to London, thus giving me the chance to broaden my horizons and meet hundreds of fascinating characters.

It motivated me to embrace this new career path in IT recruitment, a role that combines both a fast-paced and challenging environment and fruitful encounters with people from all cultures and ways of thinking.

Outside of work: In my spare time, there’s four things I love to do: going out in London and socialising with friends and new people; reading a book, may it be classical literature or self-development; playing a game or two (or three) of Badminton or Ping-Pong; playing the ukulele (I started not too long ago so don’t bother asking me to play for you yet).

Fun fact: Don’t try to guess my ethnicity or my age, it is not worth the effort!

If I was a famous person: I would like to be Bruce Lee. Why? His physical and mental strength, his wisdom in exploring life philosophy, his creativity in bringing all martial arts he learned into one of his own and his polyvalence in his career (actor, film director, athlete, author and more) are in my opinion to be taken as an example.

All that said, I’m looking forward to hearing more about you and the opportunities you are looking for!

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