Recruiting

We are always looking for talented people to join our busy and dynamic team here in Bredon, Gloucestershire.

If you have any of the following skills please do make contact with Solar Technology MD, Adrian Williams through sales@solartechnology.co.uk

Sales and Marketing – we are looking for a well connected sales professional who whilst may not have had experience with our type of products will be fully aware of the key accounts we supply or should be supplying. The person will live within an 30 mile radius of Bredon, have at least 5 years sales and or marketing experience and must have expectations to earn a significant package.

Product Design and Technical – if you are a talented product designer and have in depth low voltage electronics experience as well as CAD design capabilities we want to hear from you. You must be a fully fledged designer, have an impressive portfolio of products and be bursting with ideas of how to utilise photovoltaic’s in as many practical consumer applications as possible. You will live within 30 miles from Bredon.

New Business Opportunity – are you an expert in one of the other renewable technologies (e.g – solar thermal, heat pump, biomass etc) and want to start your own business but don’t know how or don’t have the funding support? We can help! For the right business idea we will provide all the office / warehouse / accounting services / marketing and general business infrastructure so you can focus on activities that will generate revenue and make your business fly. We will also provide funding, salary, company vehicle and an equity share holding.

You will need to provide a small part of the funding but with our hands on expertise and financial capability we can rapidly accelerate your new company to the point where you are able to take a majority share holding in the future.

This opportunity is only available to those who are prepared to work hard. This is not a 9 to 5 job.

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