Carritech are now recruiting Sales Account Managers


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Due to our recent expansion in the UK and Spain, Carritech are actively seeking sales personnel to help continue the growth of our business. We have three vacancies at present, two in our office in Madrid and one in our UK office in East Sussex. If you have experience in carrier class telecommunication sales or procurement or brokering IT equipment, get in touch with us today.

Current Vacnacies:

Sales Account Manager – Madrid, Spain

Sales Account Manager, East Sussex, UK


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