Territory Sales Manager - Outdoor Clothing
- Progressive FMCG Company
- Rare Chance to join the Outdoors Industry
- Excellent Training & Support
North & Midlands region
The Role: As Territory Manager you will responsible for developing and managing independent retail customers across the Northern and Central region of England. Covering as far to the north as the Scotland border and to the south to Cambridge, your role will be to speak to store owners, managers and buyers in a highly proactive manner, as well as looking after a set of key accounts. A full company and product training course awaits the successful territory manager here as well as strong managerial support.
The Company: This ambitious company has been making waves in the outdoor industry since the 1980's and has now established major account relationships across the UK and Ireland. With a range of waterproof clothing, camping gear, cycling accessories and specialist hiking equipment, this could be the ideal role for a sales person with a passion for the outdoors.
For this Territory Manager position, we are looking for individuals who meet the following criteria:
- Strong field sales skills
- You will have a track record of selling into independent retailers
- An understanding of how shop owners and managers purchase is important
- Personable and adaptable candidates are required
Benefits of this Territory Manager role:
£30,000 to £40,000 basic salary
Company Car + fuel card
24 days holiday, Pension
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