Recruitment drive for fast-growing cloud company
IT specialist Denwa is bringing employment opportunities to Pendle, in a recruitment drive that will see the business grow their team further, through the introduction of an additional ten roles across their sales and service departments.Denwa is particularly keen to grow its sales team and is looking for four young people to join its Sales Fast Track programme, which is a great opportunity for graduates.
The Sales Fast Track programme progresses through six essential modules and endeavours to provide the necessary resources and knowledge required to develop new sales executives until they are at the top of their game. On completion of the three-month on-boarding period, each sales exec will be rewarded with a brand new Apple Watch as a welcome gift.Tom Bradley, Denwa new business executive said: “You learn a lot in 12 months on the Fast Track programme and get all the experience you need to get up-to-speed. I recommend Denwa and the Fast Track programme to anyone who wants to get ahead in their career and get rewarded for doing it.”
Denwa’s plans for recruitment don’t stop there, as the company is also currently seeking two technical account managers, an enterprise sales executive, a sales team leader, a customer service co-ordinator and a provisioning co-ordinator.Rob Scott, Denwa CEO said: “It’s a very exciting time to join the company, as we’re in a period of exponential growth both in terms of revenue and team, and have exciting plans for the future. We’re a quirky, friendly bunch and look forward to welcoming our new recruits into the family.”
It has been a successful year for Denwa, with the first six months having already seen the team expand with earlier additions including Laura Brown as the head of marketing, Chris Berry as a key account manager, and Paul Wilson as technical consultant. Denwa has also boasted a number of internal promotions this year with Graham Shaw becoming service manager, Neil Tennant being promoted to head of cloud, Rob Wild taking on the role as 1st line support, with Oliver Flanagan stepping up to 2nd line support.