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Technical Sales Executive Vacancy (Ireland)

Job Title  Technical Sales Executive
Location  Office based in Athboy, Co. Meath
Reports to  General Manager
Job Purpose 

The Technical sales role is a key point of contact for new and existing clients.  A high degree of customer care is essential to provide technical advice, answer queries and introduce new products. The sales aspect will include preparing tenders, proposals and quotations and providing pre and post-sales support. 

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Answering the telephone, general email queries, etc., providing consistency for our customers.
  • Inputting of sales orders on a daily basis on our bespoke accounts system.  
  • Preparation of delivery dockets, labels and manifests for both internal systems and for transport distribution via parcel and pallet networks and organising proof of delivery as required.
  • Responsibility for ensuring that all customer queries received by our website and general email are acknowledged and responded to or disseminated to the appropriate person for a more comprehensive/technical response. 
  • Maintaining records and actions on our CRM system.
  • Preparing quotes for customers.
  • Preparation of company leaflet packs for CPDs, etc.
  • Attending conferences, exhibitions and trade shows where required.

Key Skills/Position Requirements

  • A high level of proven sales ability and performance is vital to the role. The ability to create a win-win solution and negotiate with proven success on closing a sale.
  • Customer care is essential, with excellent communication skills as this is a front facing role.
  • The ability to work independently from time to time and problem solve.
  • Strong self-directed organisational skills to manage time effectively on a daily and weekly basis.
  • You will preferably have experience of low energy and Passivhaus buildings and have a strong understanding of airtightness, windtightness and diffusion open building practice, but not essential.

Ecological Building Systems

Ecological Building Systems has been at the forefront of Intelligent airtight and windtight building product solutions and natural insulations for over a decade, gaining the sole agency in Ireland and the UK for; pro clima, air and windtight products; Thermo-Hemp and Thermo-Jute insulation; GUTEX wood fibreboards; ELKA Strong Boards; Wellhofer Attic Hatches and CALSITHERM Climate boards. 

The company’s philosophy is to provide building products which lend themselves to ‘diffusion open or breathable’ building coupled with comprehensive training and technical backup.

Ecological’s parent company is MacCann & Byrne, a family owned company since 1906, which are still to this day based in Athboy in County Meath in the heart of Ireland, importing, manufacturing and distributing quality timber and building products to the Irish market.

Please forward a CV with a covering e-mail describing why you are the person for the role.

Application to adriancrosson@ecologicalbuildingsystems.com

 

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Posted on Thursday, 12 December 2019

Celenit "Highly Commended" at ArchiExpo 2019

Following their previous successes at ArchiExpo in Dublin, Ecological Building Systems were yet again recognized for their pioneering work in supplying high performance sustainable building products to the market. Ecological’s CELENIT ACOUSTIC DESIGN range, was Highly Commended in the category “Best Interior Design Product”. But what is Celenit and why are people talking about it?

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Posted on Thursday, 24 October 2019

Fabric first approach to AIR AND WINDTIGHTNESS

Fabric first is a design philosophy that looks holistically at every aspect of the building envelope in terms of its thermal performance and ability to prevent energy wastage due to draughts and air leakage. It champions combinations of materials that will maximise a property’s service life and enhance comfort and wellbeing for the occupier.

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Posted on Wednesday, 11 September 2019

Thermal Comfort: A Natural Approach

One of the huge challenges facing social housing providers is the need to reduce fuel poverty amongst tenants, particularly in thermally inefficient, older properties. Much has been done to improve energy efficiency across the social housing asset base, but energy saving measures are only part of the solution to driving down bills and enhancing comfort. These should be combined with a fabric first approach to improving properties’ thermal performance, with heat retention in winter and resistance to solar gain in summer ensuring a comfortable indoor environment all year round. By specifying natural materials, housing associations can ensure that these improvements avoid the risk of secondary issues, such as condensation and mould, thereby reducing maintenance, extending the property’s service life and supporting tenant wellbeing.

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Posted on Wednesday, 11 September 2019

Wetness & Airtightness - What Makes an Adhesive Tape Stick and Stay Stuck - Part 2

In this blog post we will delve a little deeper into one of the major benefits of what are known as 'solid acrylic' adhesives. We will discuss why these are particularly crucial for achieving long term airtight bonds especially in damper climates such as that experienced in the UK and Ireland.

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Posted on Tuesday, 26 March 2019

Largest Range of Ready Mixed Natural Paint - Now Available

Ecological Building Systems are delighted to announce the launch of AURO COLOURS FOR LIFE range of ready mixed natural paint to the existing range of AURO natural products. This marks a significant development in paint mixing technology, and is in fact, a world first in paint innovation.  With the introduction of the AURO COLOURS FOR LIFE range Ecological Building Systems now proudly offer the largest range of ready mixed natural paint colours in Ireland

 

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Posted on Monday, 11 March 2019

A Best Practice Approach to Insulating Suspended Timber Floors

At the turn of the 18th century, when construction techniques moved from boarded floors installed directly on the ground to suspended timber floors over a ventilated
chamber, the innovation solved a significant problem. Previously, floor timbers had been prone to damp and rot thanks to their direct contact with the moist ground. Now, the free movement of air in the ventilated area between the ground and the floorboards ensured the timbers were not degraded in this way.

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Posted on Thursday, 14 February 2019

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