Area Sales Manager - Catering Equipment - £32k + £10-15k + Car

Location
England, London
Salary
£32000 - £34000 per annum + Car, Pension, iPad, iPhone, 25 Days
Posted
27 Feb 2017
Closes
27 Mar 2017
Ref
JN -022017-129026
Contact
BMS
Function
Sales
Business Sector
Food & Drink
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent
Area Sales Manager - Catering Equipment - £32k + £10-15k + Car
  • Market Commanding Organisation
  • Superb & Vast Product Range
  • Excellent Training & Prospects

The Role: The new Area Sales Manager will be selling into the Horeca, education and nursing homes sectors. Speaking to chefs, catering managers, beverage managers and business directors, you will be operating in a role which is focused on account management, working closely with the Regional Sales Director and receiving some great leads from their telesales team.

The Company: With nearly half a century of success behind them, our client is the largest and arguable most successful non-food distributor in the catering field. They sell a vast range of products including light catering equipment, bar and glassware, chefs clothing, catering capital equipment and table top equipment, and now seek a new Area Sales Manager in London.

For this Area Sales Manager position, we are looking for individuals who meet the following criteria:
  • Strong field sales skills
  • You will either come from a non-food foodservice sales background, or have a track record of selling into the Horeca and education sectors
  • Bright and bubbly area sales managers who are polished are sought
Benefits of this Area Sales Manager role:
· £32,000 Base Salary
· + £10,000 - £15,000 Commission
· Fully Expensed Company Car
· Pension, iPad, Mobile, 25 Days Holidays

Can't see anything that suits you? We only advertise a small proportion of available roles within our FMCG and commercial sales division. Contact us to discuss your background in confidence and we'll give you a measured and realistic appraisal of your background and career requirements[TP1] .
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