I was hired to be a project manager. I spent my entire day calling, emailing, visiting with prior customers who were not particularly happy with New Electric's past performance, for many reasons. Trying to close and sell a job was like beating your head against a wall after days of putting together a professional proposal.
The company let it's customers dictate to them, when a bid should be due, expected you to work after hours on proposals, even after beating your head against the wall all day trying to shake up business with deadbeat, budget strangled, facility managers who couldn't make up their minds on what they wanted.
Company expected electricians to pay their way on field trip, out of town jobs, then submit an expense report after returning home; which might take 2 weeks or more before you're paid for it. They also expected techs to double up in the same room with a workmate they hardly knew. Needless to say, the morale of the techs was low.
You should have a minimum of 10 years experience working in a strictly industrial environment with a strong knowledge of IEC controls and automation process to even think about applying for this company. As a project manager, or a field foreman.