A new role is available for an Area Sales Manager for this highly prestigious Ruminant Feed Company. You will be responsible for selling a range of ruminant compounds and blends products direct to farms across the Somerset county. You must be able to relate to your customers being genuinely passionate about all related products. You will be accountable for a large customer base over a challenging territory across Somerset. This excellent opportunity offers great rewards for the successful candidate.
Market leading experts in dietary requirements for the ruminant sector.
- Experience of selling good tonnage of compound and blends and have a good farm calling background.
- Fantastic success in selling an impressive amount of tonnes!
- Ideally at least two years industry experience in a similar role.
- Be able to deliver excellent customer service.
- Dedicated, committed and hard working.
£40k - £50k basic will be offered based upon experience + commission/bonus. Company car, full work from home equipment provided.
Please email your CV to kate@agriRS.co.uk
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