GRADE Refrigeration is an Industrial Refrigeration contractor operating in the MENA region. The Project Sales Engineer will dedicate himself to the best of his ability to improve the profitability of the Company and its affiliates. The Project Sales Engineer will be reporting technically to the Marketing & Sales Manager and administratively to the Country Area Manager. 

The Position 

  • Responsible for the sale of refrigeration solutions in the food and chemical industry.

  • Responsible in prospecting, maintains relationships with existing customers and assess requests on technical and commercial feasibility.

  • It concerns challenging sales projects where your customers advise on specific solutions for refrigeration issues.

  • Along with the sales support team, you will be responsible for the preparation of an appropriate quotation.

  • Follow up quotation, close the contracts and ensures timely, clear internal communication and transfer to project management.

  • Afterwards stay involved in the progress of the project.

  • In addition to the direct sales task, update your market plans and will keep you informed of developments of the product range of GEA.

  • You will participate in relevant trade fairs and organizes meetings for potential customers. 


  • Bachelor Degree in Mechanical / Industrial Refrigeration Engineering

  • Minimum 3-5 years of experience in Sales in Industrial Refrigeration field

  • Customer / Sales oriented

  • International market knowledge

  • Commercial, entrepreneurial and customer-focused

  • Ability to create own specialized knowledge quickly.

  • Good communication and computer skills with strong technical background

  • English language is mandatory

  • Arabic would be an added advantage  

Conditions of employment 

Salary and other conditions of employment are competitive. 


Job function 

Project Sales 

Position type 

Full-time employment 


Jordan / MENA  


GRADE Refrigeration LLC 


HR Department 

Fax +971 6 5347679




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