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Award-winning digital energy company Wattwatchers* is seeking applicants for the role of Business Development Manager.
This is a rare opportunity for a highly-motivated, tech-savvy salesperson who wants to be hands-on in the exciting and fast-evolving energy transition now unfolding in Australia, and internationally.
The successful applicant will work side-by-side with a small but highly-effective sales and marketing team, who report directly to CEO Gavin Dietz in a nimble, flatly-structured scale-up business.
Core responsibilities will cover sales and business development, input to product development, delivery of product support materials and marketing collateral, and engagement with key sector stakeholders.
The role is based out of the Wattwatchers headquarters in St Leonards, Sydney, working with a team of 9 (full-time and part-time).
Remuneration will be commensurate with the experience and dynamism of the successful candidate and includes the opportunity to participate in the Wattwatchers employee share option scheme, and also an annual bonus scheme.
Energy industry, and/or wider technology or engineering experience are an advantage, including expertise in distributed energy resources (DER) and/or energy services.
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*ABOUT THE COMPANY: Wattwatchers is a homegrown Australian technology company focused on devices, data, control, analytics and communications to make digital energy management intelligent and connected, easy to install and operate, and cost-effective. We enable independent monitoring and control of electrical circuits in real-time through the cloud. With 25,000+ devices in the field, and rollouts or pilots in 12+ countries on 6 continents, Wattwatchers is embarked on rapid growth in Australasia, with global potential. Wattwatchers won the Australian Technologies Competition New Energy Award in 2016; successfully completed a $4M Series A capital raise in 2017; and was named in the Cleantech Group’s APAC25 list of emerging cleantech companies in the Asia-Pacific region in 2018.