Regional Account Manager - Sporting Products - £25-30k + 15%

Location
England, London
Salary
£25000 - £30000 per annum + Car, Healthcare, Pension, Laptop
Posted
06 Mar 2017
Closes
03 Apr 2017
Ref
JN -032017-129294
Contact
BMS
Function
Sales
Business Sector
Non Food & Drink
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent
Regional Account Manager - Sporting Products - £25-30k + 15% + Car
  • Leading Sportswear Manufacturer
  • Manage Great Retail & Leisure Accounts
  • Have You a Passion for Sports?
The Role: The new Regional Account Manager will be responsible for selling their full range of clothing and equipment into independent retail specialists and leisure facilities. It is largely focused on managing accounts although you will need to be highly proactive in your sales efforts in order to develop new ones too. In return for dedication and results the company offer support and training with the opportunity of an excellent career within the sporting market.

The Company: As one of a few market leaders within their sector this company is energetic, forward thinking and development focused. They are looking to recruit a new Regional Account Manager in the Northern Home Counties, to join this innovative firm with a sales turnover in excess of £15 million.

For this Regional Account Manager position, we are looking for individuals who meet the following criteria:
  • Field sales experience
  • You will have a passion for sport
  • Candidates must be happy to cold call
  • Outgoing and competitive sales people are sought

Benefits of this Regional Account Manager role:
  • £25,000 - £30,000 Base Salary
  • + 15% Commission
  • Fully Expensed Company Car or Allowance
  • Pension, Laptop, 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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