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Territory Manager

Job Title: Territory Manager
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Smithfield, New South Wales
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: BBBH17922_1520309558
Contact Name: Darren Ruane
Contact Email: Darren.Ruane@denovo.com.au
Job Published: March 06, 2018 15:12

Job Description


Experience & Traits Required:

  • 2+ years experience selling some form of heavy machinery or equipment B2B
  • Technically minded, competitive, well organised, neatly presented
  • A problem solver, someone who loves solution selling and meeting a customers needs
  • Experience selling to Industrial, Manufacturing, Mining or Construction markets
  • Willing to learn and grow with a business


Company Description:

  • Over 35 years history
  • Offices & Facilities across Australia
  • Capital Equipment sales and servicing
  • Friendly culture


Position Description:
As a Territory Manager you will be responsible for generating growth through new business acquisition and client management across a designated territory in the Sydney area.
Targeting the industrial, manufacturing, mining and construction markets you will be expected to create and maintain lasting business relationships. You will use your technical competence to learn, consult and implement air compression and power generation solutions through to clients across those market verticals. Your customers newly bought equipment will then require servicing and upgrades as time progresses. This will see the role shift to 50% account management and 50% business development.

What You Get:

  • $90k - $105k base salary
  • Superannuation
  • Brand New Company Car
  • Bonus Structure
  • Stable, growing company with longterm strategies
  • Excellent brand reputation
  • Career progression opportunities



* First Interviews next week *
This is a superb opportunity that doesn't come around often.
To apply to this or other sales opportunities, please send your CV to Darren Ruane via the Apply Now button below or to darren.ruane@denovo.com.au