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National Account Manager: DIY Products

FMCG Non-Food Permanent
Home-based National Roles
REF 88205-a

The Role

An excellent new opportunity for a National Account Manager has arisen with a market leading provider of DIY products.

This key role will involve selling a wide range of branded and own label ranges into high street multiples, big sheds and grocers throughout the UK.

You will have full P&L responsibility for your accounts, develop and maintain strong customer relationships, pro-actively identify and open new clients, conduct range reviews, implement promotions, negotiate profitably and increase the sales and profit margins across your account base.

Successful applicants will need to possess recent experience in selling DIY products, housewares or similar into big sheds and major grocers.

The Company

Our client is an innovative, leading provider of a range of branded and own label DIY products. Due to continued strong success they are currently looking to recruit a new National Account Manager to their sales team.

  • Recent experience selling DIY products or Housewares into Big Sheds, Grocers or High Street Multiples.
  • Strong relationship builder.
  • Good new business development skills.
  • Able to demonstrate sales growth within previous roles.
  • Excellent communicator.
  • Strong commercial acumen.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Pro-active and tenacious approach.
  • Positive and enthusiastic.
  • Highly self-motivated.
  • Good negotiator.
Benefits:Car, Pension, Phone, Laptop

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the large volume of applications received we are unable to discuss individual applications.
If you have not heard from us within 7 days your application has been unsuccessful.

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