Sales Rep – NSW North, Newcastle, Maitland & Hunter, NSW

No closing date provided, advertised on 4 April 2018

Work type: Full time

Location: Newcastle, Maitland & Hunter

Categories: Sales, Sales Representatives/Consultants

About the group

Established over 50 years ago, this Australian company has positioned themselves at the forefront of pet health care. Ensuring their products provide good value and adhere to strict manufacturing standards, they work closely with and contribute support for the veterinary industry.
This reputable company is looking for an experienced and driven sales person to take responsibility for their Central and Northern NSW region. Reporting directly to the ANZ Sales & Marketing Manager, you’ll be required to effectively manage your region, seeking to meet and exceed sales targets, while maintaining your already satisfied clients.

Base + Car + Super + Bonus + Tools of trade

About the role

  • Planning your sales strategy to meet and exceed targets and effectively reporting your success to your colleagues and manager
  • Developing and maintaining strong client relationships, ensuring enduring customer satisfaction
  • Using market and product knowledge to fulfil client needs
  • Meeting and exceeding client contact and accurately reporting this back to your team
  • Working collaboratively with other territory managers and customer service team to provide support in-line with company standards
  • Attending relevant trade and industry shows and events
  • 70 – 80k
  • Superannuation
  • Fully Maintained Vehicle
  • Phone + Laptop
  • Incentives

Position requirements

  • Tertiary education, or equivalent veterinary experience
  • Proven Sales success
  • Ability to sell technical products
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • High level of organisation and motivation
  • Positive attitude

Applying for the role

Go to the Source:  Sales Rep – NSW North Job in Newcastle, Maitland & Hunter




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