- Fixed term contract
- Innovative Company with Export Focus
- Christchurch Based with International Offices
Groundline provides high quality Transmission and Distribution Line Consultancy services and innovative related products to the Global market. With offices in New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom, their team has an extensive and varied background in Power Line Engineering, Utility Asset Management and Product Development. For more information on the company please go to: www.groundlineengineering.com
Reporting to the General Manager Products, you will develop and execute the sales and marketing strategy for the products business unit at Groundline. With solutions-based, ground-breaking technical products, this exciting role will identify and convert global market opportunities while developing the company brand and profile. You will also develop international industry networks to drive growth, profitability and reputation for Groundline, and utilising your experience to lead and mentor best sales and marketing practice within the business.
Skills and Experience
To succeed in this role you will be a structured, strategic thinker who is able to demonstrate previous success in the sales and marketing of technical products in international markets. You will have knowledge of the sales process, effective pipeline management and experience at building effective networks, while providing market input into the R&D roadmap. Through your interpersonal style and commercial acumen, you will build trust and gain respect from the team, key stakeholders’ and clients at a corporate and technical level in order to deliver Groundlines growth strategy.
If you feel you possess the above qualities and are drawn by the opportunity to further develop your career in a successful and established business, apply now by submitting your cover letter and CV by clicking on the appropriate ‘Apply’ button. Initial enquiries are welcome by phoning Nick Carter on 03 345 8764 or David Clausen on 03 345 8762.
Applications close 5pm on Thursday 2 July 2020