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Are you a highly motivated Sales Engineer or Applications Engineer with a passion for Test & Measurement instruments? Or are you an Engineer looking to apply your knowledge to a more commercialised and customer-facing role?

This specialist supplier is searching for a talented Sales Engineer to help maintain and enhance their market-leading reputation.

Why This Company?

One of the UK’s leading suppliers of Test & Measurement instruments, this company has a great reputation in the field and work alongside some of the world’s largest end-users.

Working with several high-profile clients, in a variety of fields, no day is the same.

This is also a brilliant opportunity to work alongside the existing Sales Director, to not only learn the products and markets, but to be warmly introduced to existing customers, before they eventually move onto different activities.

About The Role

As the Sales Engineer, your time will be split between working remotely from home and from the office in Hampshire, with approximately 2 days spent on the road meeting your client base.

Already an established business, you will manage and upsell to existing clients (80%), whilst developing new business (20%) across the country. You will be responsible for:

  • Educating your clients on a wide range of Test & Measurement instruments, components, and systems with a bias towards RF.
  • Selling to end users across a variety of industries such as, Defence, Automation, and major Medical, Scientific, and Industrial businesses to name a few.
  • Developing relationships with Engineers, Engineering Managers, Health & Safety Managers and Buyers/Procurement Managers.
  • Arranging and conducting regular training seminars for your customers.
  • Managing a 7-figure turnover.
  • Maintaining an accurate and up-to-date CRM.
  • Reporting on activity & attending virtual sales meetings.

Full product training is provided, including the opportunity to work alongside the Sales Director until you are fully operational.

About You

Open on experience, my client is willing to consider your application if you are an existing Sales/Applications Engineer or an Engineer/Technician looking to apply your knowledge into a more commercialised and customer-facing role.

To be successful you will require an Engineering degree, HNC or HND in a STEM subject, and have a working understanding of Electronic, RF or EMC applications.

Our client is looking for an individual who wishes to take the next step in their career. To fit this profile, you will be an ambitious and energetic individual who is motivated to achieve the best results.

A full UK driving license is essential. Other key skills include:

  • Strong Presentation skills.
  • Competent use of Microsoft Office, Outlook & CRM.
  • Eagerness to learn new technology.
  • Be well presented and confident, with good oral and written communication skills.
  • The ability to build trusting relationships with Engineers, Managers & Buyers.

We appreciate that you may not possess experience across all areas, so don’t be discouraged by the role if you can’t do everything we’re asking for.

Job Ref: 134-4034

Test & Measurement Sales Engineer

Location: Hybrid / Remote

Keywords: Sales Engineer, Applications Engineer, Regional Sales Manager, Regional Sales Engineer, Technical Sales, Business Development, Territory Sales Manager, Area Sales Manager, Account Manager, Account Management, New Business, Field Sales, Sales, Electronic Engineering, Electronic, Electronic Equipment, Survey Equipment, Test & Measurement, Test and Measurement, Electronics Engineer, Electronics Technician, EMF Measurement, EMF, Meters, Probes

Mase Consulting

Contact Us

Stonecross Place,
Stonecross Lane North,

Phone: 01942 725 479
Email: info@mase-consulting.com

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Interview Preparation


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Fully researching the business you are meeting is vital, as the majority of clients will ask “what do you know about our organisation?”.  The internet can provide endless historical and present information on the organisation you are meeting, but simply glancing at a company website and reviewing the basics will no longer make you stand out within a competitive market. Areas to focus your research on include:

  • The products & solutions they offer
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  • Major project wins and successes

Don’t be worried about trying to memorise all the company information; most employers don’t mind candidates coming armed with a note pad of facts and figures. It should be written in bullet point format and be for your reference only. Try to avoid pages of information and stick to a maximum of one side of A4. If anything, we find clients are more impressed that candidates have taken the time to make notes opposed to just glancing at their company website.


We would always recommend you review the profile and background of the interview panel on LinkedIn.com prior to your meeting. This can be extremely insightful and allow you to understand more about the businesses/markets they have worked within and their personal interests. This will help you develop a rapport with the interviewers on the day.


No matter what level of role you are interviewing for you will find a large percentage of the interview will focus around you, your skills and past experience.  So although it seems an obvious area to prepare on, it’s one which candidates overlook the most.  


Knowing your CV is vital, as clients will be keen to learn more about what interested you about a certain role, what you didn’t enjoy about the position, reasons for leaving companies, salary package, duties, achievements etc. It is important you’re able to give a good account of your skills and focus on drawing synergy between your past experience and the position on offer. Most clients are looking for related examples and will therefore ask scenario based questions allowing you to draw on your own experiences to answer.


Reviewing the job description in detail prior to your interview is critical. It will allow you to not only understand more about the employers requirements but allow you to tailor your pitch in the interview.  Naturally it makes more sense spending time talking about the areas of your experience that have the most relevance to the position on offer.


Treat any interview as a two way conversation, to not only allow the employer to assess your skills but for you to assess if the business and opportunity is right for you. It is essential you are armed with intelligent questions that will make the interviewers sit back and think about before answering. For example:

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Questions such as the above can be extremely insightful and allow you to gain market intelligence and establish if the future of the role, their market and the business is stable.


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