Job Opportunity: Systems Sales Engineer

by | Jan 14, 2020 | News

Lynx Networks has an exciting opportunity for a customer service focused, confident IT solution sales specialist to join our Milton Keynes based team.

Working from our MK office and travelling to customer meetings when required, the position involves account management and development of a range of existing accounts as well as taking on and developing new opportunities as they arise. Lynx Networks provides a wide range of IT solutions and support services to a predominantly SMB customer base. Switching, wireless, security, servers, storage and support are at the core of what we do. As a Cisco Premier Partner, Cisco solutions play a big part in our skill set together with the HPE/Aruba portfolio of products and services.

As an infrastructure specialist Lynx Networks undertakes design and installation projects for a number of customers in many different vertical markets. These include education, automotive, sports/leisure, healthcare, government and logistics.

The successful candidate will have a proven track record in IT sales and account management, with a good knowledge of IT systems at a high level, and have the ability to build trusted relationships at all levels within client organisations. Any knowledge of Cisco, Aruba/HPE, VMWare, Ruckus and Microsoft products would be an advantage. Strong communication skills are essential alongside the need to be organised and able to understand new and emerging technologies.

Key responsibilities will include:
• Business development
• Arranging/attending meetings with customers
• Preparing quotations for customers
• Liaising with suppliers/vendors as necessary
• Liaising closely with the technical team to help deliver the solutions you sell
• Work with our cabling division to help deliver a complete IT infrastructure solution
• Acquire relevant vendor accreditations

Applicants should apply by emailing their CV to


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