Microgrid Job Opportunity: Siemens Seeks Microgrid Technical Sales Lead

Aug. 14, 2015
A microgrid job opportunity is available through Siemens. The senior-level Microgrid Technical Sales Lead will join Siemens’ Energy Automation Business development team located in Wendell, North Carolina.

Siemens has a microgrid job opportunity for a senior-level Microgrid Technical Sales Lead to join its Energy Automation Business development team located in Wendell, North Carolina.

The Technical Sales Lead will develop solutions, in conjunction with the Siemens Sales, Product Managers, Engineers, as well as third-party partners to design a comprehensive solution to meet specific customer requirements. The Technical Sales Lead will be responsible for ensuring the proposal team delivers a technically strong and commercially viable proposal including identifying risks and associated mitigation activities.

The Technical Sales Lead is a customer facing role that requires a solid technical background combined with excellent interpersonal skills necessary for positive customer interaction, to include technical demonstrations, presentation of proposed solutions and performing due-diligence on recommended solution.  Position requires the demonstrated ability to interact with customers in a variety of markets: Federal, Commercial/Industrial, Cities and Utilities. Significant collaboration with Utilities is expected in order to design and build effective Microgrid solutions.

Key responsibilities:

  • Analyzes customer requirements and architects an integrated solution with Siemens products and services as well as 3rd party components. Coordinates Engineering, Product Management, Sales, etc. to design and deliver a working solution.
  • Conducts cost-benefit analyses and proposal development activities, presents the solution to the customer, and leads technical due-diligence.
  • Works with utilities to ensure appropriate solutions for microgrid interconnections.
  • Effectively communicates Siemens’ Microgrid solution offering.
  • Provides feedback on product features and priorities to product management and engineering teams.
  • Manages relationships with customers, external partners, and Siemens colleagues.
  • Authors Technical Articles and represents Siemens at conferences.

The Energy Automation Business Unit, within Siemens Industry, Inc is located in Raleigh, NC and employs primarily software and systems engineers who work in a cutting-edge, technology-based business that provides intelligent systems to manage the electrical grid for electric power utilities and other energy providers.

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Siemens is a global technology powerhouse that has stood for engineering excellence, innovation, quality, reliability and internationality for more than 165 years. As a global technology company, Siemens is rigorously leveraging the advantages that this setup provides. To tap business opportunities in both new and established markets, the Company is organized in nine Divisions: Power and Gas, Wind Power and Renewables, Energy Management, Building Technologies, Mobility, Digital Factory, Process Industries and Drives, Healthcare and Financial Services.

The Siemens Energy Management Division is one of the leading global suppliers of products, systems, solutions, and services for the economical, reliable, and intelligent transmission and distribution of electrical power. The portfolio includes facilities and systems for the low-voltage and distribution power grid level, smart grid solutions and high-voltage transmission systems.

For more information on Siemens’ Smart Grid Solutions, visit: http://usa.siemens.com/microgrids.

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