WHY IS THIS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY?
Recent mergers and acquisitions have resulted in this organization being one of the largest Equipment organizations in Canada.
To accommodate this growth, they have identified the need fora Regional Sales Manager to oversee eastern Saskatchewan. Our client is a leader in broad acre farming.
In this role, you will provide leadership in motivating, managing, and evaluating the regional sales team members. You will help develop, implement, and maintain a strategic sales plan while being responsible for all aspects of the sales operations in your region;
empowering and assisting the sales staff in achieving long-term customer loyalty to the organization.
Some of the specific duties include :
Direct, motivate and coach the professional sales team to accomplish both company and individual objectives; advising them where needed through the sales process
Demonstrate leadership in all aspects of your region; regular feedback, customer care meeting, etc
Manage cross-functional reporting to support your sales staff
Ensure policies and procedures are followed
Create and monitor annual sales department benchmarks and budgets
Lead and manage all business and / or department activities related to ensuring a positive customer experience; creating and maintaining long-term relationships
Manage inventory and assets; reducing aged inventory
Hire, develop / train, manage, evaluate and effectively support your sales staff
Maintain a safe environment (physically and mentally) supported by ethical business practices
To be considered, our client has identified the following :
Previous supervisory / management and sales experience with demonstrated ability to lead, coach, and develop others; professionalism is key
Individuals which prior position as Senior Sales Representatives, Sales Managers, Regional Sales Managers, or Product Specialists within the Farm Equipment (Retail / Manufacturing), CE / Industrial Equipment, or Grain Handling industries
Knowledge and familiarity with financial services and leasing
Solid understanding of local market conditions
Excellent customer service skills with an understanding of relationship rather than a transactional focus
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Post-secondary education in Ag Business, Marketing, or a related field
A team player
Problem solver / troubleshooter / solution finder
A Canadian Social Insurance Number (SIN)
If your experience supports this as the next step in your career path, and you are open to considering possible relocation to / within the province of Saskatchewan, we invite you to connect with us.