Sales Representative Dry Foods

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      Sales Representative Dry Foods

      Sales Representative Dry Foods

      San Juan or Santa Cruz or El Socorro, North Central, Full time

      Sales Representative Dry Foods Job Description

      Duties:

      Duties of the Employee in the function as a Sales Representative, but are not limited to the following:

      Daily¬† ¬†servicing¬† ¬†all customers¬† ¬†with¬† ¬†the¬† ¬†company’s¬†¬† ¬†entire¬† ¬†line¬† ¬†of products¬† ¬†by¬†¬† developing relationships with key purchasing personnel and decision-makers at various outlets. Ensuring, with the assistance of the driver and merchandizer¬† ¬†our products are well displayed at the point of sale. Selling-in adequate products into each outlet to prevent complete depletion of in-store inventory and shelve stocks.

      Other Duties & Expectations:

      • Must display strong communication, negotiation and interpersonal skills when interacting with clients
      • Approach each day on the job motivated and driven
      • Maintain and expand client database within the assigned territory
      • Report and provide feedback to management
      • Maintain accurate records of each customer purchases on Tablet provided.
      • Update Tablet to reflect new customers when added
      • Bring in new customers in all territories
      • Sell in new and existing product¬†to current and new customers
      • Evaluate customers‚Äô needs and Build productive long-lasting relationships
      • Must meet targets set by the company as a minimum performance standard.
      • Capacity to succeed in a high-pressure¬† ¬†working environment
      • Expected to possess a high degree of resiliency
      • Effective Merchandizing¬†on each customer visit.

      A qualified candidate must have:

      • At least five years of¬†sales experience.
      • 5 CXC O Levels
      • A working vehicle is mandatory.

      Salary $5000, plus commission.

      Click here to apply


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