Regional Sales Manager - Midlands & North

Posted on 13/01/2021
Ref #BBHH229
  • £50000 - £60000 per annum + (£70,000-£80,000 per annum OTE)
  • North West England
  • Sales

Our client, a global global pharmaceutical/healthcare company, are currently hiring for a Regional Sales Manager to be accountable for maximising profitability of all accounts in the Midlands and/or Northern regions. In this role you will be responsible for supporting, coaching and developing a team of field based account managers to retain current contracts and increase market share.

Responsibilities

  • Deliver profitable sales growth and increase market share through the effective management of a team of field sales personnel in line with operating budget and mid-term strategy.
  • Leadership of the sales strategy for the region and drive its implementation through the complete product range, specifically deploying a key account management approach to exploit opportunities as they emerge.
  • Monitor and report on all sales team metrics and KPIs
  • Work closely with the marketing team to input into and subsequently support the marketing strategy to achieve our overall sales and marketing goals.
  • Liaise with other relevant departments to ensure the efficient functioning of the sales team.
  • Ensure compliance with company processes and external regulatory standards.

Requirements

  • Previous experience gained in a sales management/leadership role in the pharmaceutical/healthcare industry
  • Strong knowledge of the NHS sales processes
  • Experince of setting and implenmeting successful sales strategies.
  • Strong organisation and people management skills
  • High level of accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Educated to degree level in a commercial, management, legal or pharma or related field, preferred

This is a full time, permanent remote/field based position working Monday-Friday. UK travel required (post-Covid)

Our client offers an excellent remuneration package and excellent career progression prospects.

Please apply online to be considered.

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MarkJames Search