Sales Manager - Capital Equipment

Reference:

3282

Discipline:

Sales Engineers, Sales Managers

Salary:

£50,000 to £60,000 Per Annum

Benefits:

Car Allowance, Sales Bonus, Pension

Town/City:

Home-Based

Contract Type:

Permanent

Sales Manager – Capital Equipment
 
The UK division of a Global Engineering Business is recruiting for a Technical Sales Manager, who will deliver high-value Capital Equipment sales through existing account management and new business development.
 
This is a Home-Based position with frequent overseas travel. You can live anywhere in the UK, but you must be flexible to travel 25%-50% of your time.
 
Typical duties for the appointed Sales Manager will include:
 

  • Prepare and execute a strategic Sales Business Plan.
  • Investigate opportunities to maximise equipment sales.
  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with key customers.
  • Conduct factory appraisals and prepare machinery quotations.
  • Ensure proposed machinery solutions meet the customers' application.
  • Develop successful sales strategies to achieve profitable growth.
  • Negotiate with customers on machinery prices and delivery lead times.
  • Management of regional sales agents.
  • Capitalize on cross-selling opportunities within the wider group.

Suitable applicants will hold the following skills and experience:

  • Must be able to demonstrate at least two years’ experience in the sale of high-value Capital Equipment.
  • Technical understanding of bespoke machinery solutions and sales.
  • Excellent customer relationship management skills
  • Strong negotiation, time management and planning skills.

Relevant sector experience will include, but is not limited to: Food, Chemical, Paper, Textiles, Packaging, Converting, Plastics, Glass, Ceramics etc. 

Salary & Benefits:

  • Basic salary between £50,000 to £60,000 pa (salary level based on experience)
  • Car Allowance worth up to £5,500pa
  • Bonus Scheme (based on sales performance)
  • Company Pension Scheme
  • Death in Service
  • 24 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays