About the company
Our client is major FMCG business, synonymous for its brands and famous for its values of passion, imagination and continuous investment in new product development. With a culture committed to quality, customer satisfaction and the true rewarding and support of all employees, the business is now seeking an experienced Field Sales Manager to join the Sydney team in a key leadership role.
About the role
Reporting to the State Sales Manager, this is a key management role where you will effectively lead, manage and motivate a region of field based territory managers to enhance the presence of the company's range of products. This will involve superior execution of account activity, marketing programs and field sales strategies. Further, you will be responsible for the implementation of best practice processes; development & execution of business reviews; along with selection, training and development of staff.
Skills & experience
Tertiary qualified with experience in FMCG field management, you possess strong people management & motivation skills, along with excellent selling and negotiation ability. Highly advantageous will be key or state account management experience. If you are commercial, passionate, energetic and looking to fast track your career, look no further. In exchange you will be provided with a career rich in opportunities in an environment that is both fun and rewarding. Exposure to grocery will be advantageous.
How to apply
Sound like you? Hit APPLY NOW or call Thierry Huet on 02 8024 7103 for a confidential discussion
Field Sales Manager - South Territory
|Job Title:||Field Sales Manager - South Territory|
|Contract Type:||Permanent / Full Time|
|Location:||Southeastern Sydney, New South Wales|
|Contact Name:||Thierry Huet|
|Job Published:||July 04, 2018 01:32|
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