Job Vacancy: Leading energy supplier needs Donegal sales rep

first_imgGo Power is a leading Energy Provider supplying Electricity to all Commercial and Industrial Customers throughout the island of Ireland. Go Power is a fully licensed company which began operations in April 2012 and is part of the LCC Group. The company prides itself on delivering the highest standard of customer service.Job Description:You will be responsible for obtaining new business and delivering on agreed sales volumes set for your geographical area. You will work with the Go Power team to further establish the Company in the ROI market for the supply of electricity to Commercial users. Job Objectives:Achieve agreed Business plan for your areaDevelop a database of all potential industrial and commercial customers within your areaGather market information within your designated area Develop a presence as the dedicated account manager for Go Power in your areaImplement the most cost effective methods of approaching new customers including ; customer face-to-face meetings, communicating by phone and by e-mailDeliver on the sales volumes agreed for the annual business plan for year 2016/ 2017 and beyondDeliver Excellent Customer ServiceEnsure prospective and existing customers receive a professional and transparent sales experience from contact with Go Power Resolve customer enquiries efficiently and effectively in a professional manner. Where unable to, draw on the assistance of the Go Power team’s knowledge and expertiseContinually review customer feedback with colleagues and superiors to improve customer satisfaction and loyaltyAdministrationEnsure customer information is correctly obtained and safely stored within the company CRM systemComplete all company sales reports on a weekly and monthly basisComplete all sales transactions, contracts and associated paperwork as agreed with customer and in conjuction with Go Power Terms and ConditionsMonitor customer accounts to ensure compliance with agreed contract supply terms ie. Price and Payment Terms HSACommit to always working in a safe manner, adhearing to all applicable Health & Safety regulations, policies and procedures of Go Power.GeneralUndertake any duties assigned by your supervisor/ manager which are consistent with the job holders expertise and skills.Education – Graduate LevelSalary + Benefits• Attractive starting salary (Depending on experience higher salary range may be offered)• Salary reviews will also be undertaken after probationary period (six months probationary period will apply)• Employees can make full use of company vehicles during the work day for meetings with clients and sales calls• Full Training in the Job Role will be provided to ensure full understanding of the role and the regulated market Go Power operate withinSuccessful candidates must have:• Full Clean Driving License• Ability to work on their own initiative• Excellent Time Management Skills• Ability to develop strong business partnerships• The willingness to contribute and support team efforts in achieveing results• Positive ‘can do’ attitude with high levels of enthusiasm, commitment and motivation• The desire to exceed goals and objectives set out by Go PowerLocation – DonegalPlease forward your CV to [email protected] Vacancy: Leading energy supplier needs Donegal sales rep was last modified: October 17th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

US Releases Controversial New Stream Protection Rules

Small headwater streams, small wetlands, and ephemeral water bodies would get greater protection under a proposed rule unveiled today by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Army Corps). The move, designed to clarify rules under the federal Clean Water Act, has been expected for months and was backed by a report released this past December by EPA’s Science Advisory Board (SAB). The public now has about 3 months to comment on the rule, which is drawing opposition from agricultural groups and others.“We are clarifying protection for the upstream waters that are absolutely vital to downstream communities,” said EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy in a statement.The rule will “better protect our aquatic resources, by strengthening the consistency, predictability, and transparency of our jurisdictional determinations,” added Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) Jo-Ellen Darcy. The rule attempts to clear up confusion created by Supreme Court decisions in 2001 and 2006 that complicated efforts to regulate development in and around smaller streams and wetlands, particularly those that dry up for part of the year. EPA estimates that about 60% of U.S. stream segments flow seasonally or only after rain. But even such temporary water bodies can have a major impact on the health of downstream waters, EPA’s science board found, and agency officials argue that justifies their inclusion under Clean Water Act protections, which some agency critics have argued apply only to larger, more permanent water bodies.Environmental groups are praising the move. “EPA took an important step to finally rescue these waters from legal limbo,” said Peter Lehner, executive director of the Natural Resources Defense Council, headquarted in New York City, in a statement. But he predicted that “[e]ven though these are common-sense protections, the polluters are sure to attack them.”Critics argue the agencies are overreaching and moving without a full accounting of the science. “In preparing this proposal, the EPA failed to incorporate adequate peer-reviewed science in accordance with the agency’s own statutory obligations,” said Representative Lamar Smith (R-TX), chair of the House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, in a statement. “It’s troubling that the Administration proposed this expansion before its independent science advisors have had the chance to complete its review of the underlying science. The Obama administration continues to sidestep scientific integrity in order to fast track an abusive regulatory agenda.” The agencies, however, say they’ve fully assessed the science. EPA’s science advisers presented “a review and synthesis of more than 1,000 pieces of scientific literature,” according to their statement. And “the rule will not be finalized until the final version of this scientific assessment is complete.”The rule is expected to be published soon in the Federal Register. The public will then have 90 days to comment. Sign up for our daily newsletter Get more great content like this delivered right to you! Country Email Click to view the privacy policy. 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