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Sales Representative - Mbale, Uganda

African Clean Energy (ACE)
Full time
Apply by 12 July 2022

Job description

ACE Energy Solutions Uganda Limited needs a diligent and enthusiastic Sales Representative to work closely with the Sales Manager and Sales Supervisor in Mbale. ACE Energy Solutions requires a motivated, ambitious and fast learner, someone who is proactive and flexible in the variety of tasks and functions they will perform.

Key Activities:

  • Execute group and individual sales in Mbale,Uganda; aiming to sell 50 stoves per month as a team.
  • Develop and report on prospects and leads generated in the field.
  • Help market and create brand awareness of the ACE name in Uganda.
  • Accurate and complete filing of Taroworks forms, contract and receipt books, and any other assigned departmental reporting.
  • Ensure new customers can use their stoves properly and revisit new customers that need extra assistance.
  • Be continuously active in promoting the ACE One, briquettes and ACE Connect app.
  • Identify inefficiencies in expenses to reduce overall costs.
  • Any other tasks that are requested by the Sales Supervisor, Sales Manager, Regional Manager, Operations Director-EA , Regional Director-EA.

Qualification and Experience:

  • A diploma in any business-related field.
  • Proficiency in English, Luganda, Lugisu, Swahili.
  • 1 year experience in a highly competitive sales/business related environment.
  • 26-35 years of age.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Ability to develop leads and daily reports
  • Passionate about sales and customer service.
  • Highly positive, persistent and self driven.
  • Computer literacy (Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, Email) is an added advantage.

About African Clean Energy (ACE)

African Clean Energy (ACE) is a B-Corp certified enterprise that produces and distributes the ACE One solar-biomass hybrid energy system. A small-yet-powerful smokeless stove, it will virtually eradicate the catastrophic impact that traditional cooking and heating methods inflict on health, environment, and poverty in developing countries around the world, and provides electricity.

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