PERMANENT POSITION – TERRITORY SALES MANAGER – CARE SECTOR
Salary £25,000 – £40,000 DoE plus car
We are looking to recruit a Territory Sales Manager to cover the Hampshire and Dorset areas. Our Hampshire based client is looking for somebody with experience of both sales and the Care Sector. You will be required to look after existing accounts but also to seek new business within the Care Sector.
Duties And Responsibilities For The Territory Sales Manager
To identify and develop sales within the care sector
Use leads to Identify and contact new businesses
Build ongoing business relationships to increase existing business
Introduce new products to customers where applicable and extend the product range where possible
Organised and able to work with a business development strategy
Spend a minimum of 3 days a week out in the field
Attend exhibitions and events
Maximise sales to individual accounts to achieve sole supply
Knowledge And Experience Required of the Territory Sales Manager
Must have previous experience in selling into the care industry
Previous sales experience both face to face and telephone is a must
Good sales track record in business development
Good IT skills including Microsoft Office
Full Driving Licence
GCSE in Match and English or equivalent
If you are successful for the Territory Sales Manager you will have a competitive salary, uncapped bonus, company car or allowance, laptop and mobile.
Ideally you will live in Hampshire or Dorset but will be considered if you live off patch and are willing to travel.
We receive a high number of applications on a daily basis so we can only respond to successful applications. If you do not hear from us within 3 working days please assume your application has not been taken forward on this occasion. We may contact you in the future about other suitable positions.
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