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Dec 15, 2016

Solar Company in Kenya is looking for sales persons
Starting date 1st Jan 2017.

Duties and Responsibilities

Reporting to the General manager the successful candidate will be responsible for;

  • Recruit distributers.
  • Organize demonstrations to distributers including supporting to achieve their targets.
  • Marketing and able to close sales for Solar lighting system and other products supported by solar.
  • Market company as brand of choice.

 
Qualifications
  • Degree/Diploma in sales and marketing from recognized institution.
  • Willing to work in renewable energy environment
  • Ability to close sales.
  • Age above 24years.
  • Experience 1year
If you possess the above skills and qualifications  kindly send your CV and application letter clearly indicating expected starting salary , region you prefer work from with  functional phone contacts and email address not later than 24th December 2016 to:career@sunlarsolar.com

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