nerating electric energy of renewable origin, essentially based on the promotion and running of wind farms, the manufacture of wind turbines and the providing of advanced services to the technology for energy sustainability sector.
Job Description Reporting to the Area Sales Manager, the selected candidate will be responsible: • Development and implementation of the sales strategy and objectives in the Costa rica and panama market. • Management of relationships with customers, identifying new business opportunities. • Work with marketing Department to drive development and delivery of new products and services to meet customers and improve customer satisfaction. • Contract elaboration, negotiation and implementation. • Internal coordination with Engineering and Services Department to ensure correct project and contract implementation.
Skill Required • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering. MBA prefered. • At least 5 years of proven experience in sales of industrial equipment, preferably wind turbine generators. • Ideal candidate will be self-starter, with strong planning and organizational skills, excellent communication skills, and strong problem solving mind. • Fluent in Spanish and English
Benefits In exchange, the ideal candidate will get a permanent contract and receive an excellent retributive package, meanwhile he gets the opportunity to sign on with a solid, rapidly growing company where he will have the chance to build his professional career in an international environment.
Country Costa Rica
Sector Energy and Utilities
CITY, PANAMA—Dressed in workout casual and sipping a soda in one of the apartment-style rooms of Los Cuatro Tulipanes hotel, Matt Landau appears very much at home in Panama. One might even be tempted to call him an old hand were he not, at age 25, so confoundingly young. Part owner of this lovely boutique hotel in Panama City's historic Casco Viejo, he is also a travel writer (99 Things to Do in Costa Rica), a real estate marketing consultant, and editor of The Panama Report, an online news and opinion monthly. Between fielding occasional calls and text messages, the New Jersey native is explaining what drew him here, by way of Costa Rica, after he graduated from college in 2005. In addition to having great weather, pristine beaches, a rich melting-pot culture, a reliable infrastructure, and a clean-enough legal system, "what Panama is all about," he says, "is the chance to get into some kind of market first." Landau cites other attractions: "There is more room for error here," he says. "You can make mistakes without being put under. That, to me, as an entrepreneur, is the biggest draw."
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