De Lacy Executive
De Lacy Executive’s client is a highly reputable animal feed company, with well-established quality brands and a strong portfolio of farmer customers throughout the UK.
An exciting opportunity to manage a specific product sector has arisen for an experienced Sales Team Manager, with a successful track record of achievement and proven commercial ability.
Ideal candidates will have a ruminant feed background with a good understanding of nutrition. Commercially astute and sales focused, with proven sales management experience, you will be required to create and deliver on sales plans and sales growth in line with company strategy. Successful man management skills are essential to enable you to head up and motivate a dedicated UK sales team.
Feed industry knowledge and a strong interest in animal nutrition is essential. The focus of this role is on sales management and commercial delivery.
Successful candidates will need to be prepared to live or reside in Scotland/Northern England. A relocation package will be on offer.
A highly competitive remuneration package is on offer to the successful candidate, dependent on experience
Please e-mail your CV and covering letter to:
For more information and an informal confidential discussion please call Amanda Latham on: DDI or Mobile
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