Dec 152017

We are in search of a Technical Expert on AV products and applications to perform Engineering, Sales and Troubleshooting tasks. They are looking for an engineer with an Electronic (AV) background with commercial skills.

• Providing technical support ,by phone, to our resellers and end-users for the companies- and related AV products;
• Providing product specifications to our resellers and end-users of the companies products in AV applications;
• In house product testing for technical issues experienced on site;
• Provide new product ideas and changes to future company products;
• Generating and maintaining a professional and friendly relationship with resellers and end-users;
• Training colleagues and resellers;
• Keep up to date on product line, product functions, features and applications;
• Performing other sales related tasks as needed.

• Technical or Engineering experience in AV;
• Fluent/ native command of English and German
• Technical Education preferably in Electronics;
• Relation building ability;
• Professional and friendly attitude to solve problems and work within a team;
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
• Professional appearance.

An international company in Electronical goods

Match criteria: ICT, Information Technology (ICT), Job, ICT, To be determined, Administratief, Bachelor, 2-5 years, Recruitment Agencies, Prov. Utrecht, German, Consultant

Company name: Undutchables Recruitment Agency BV

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Questions to ask
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