Business Developement Representative, Dublin, Obrien Fine Foods

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178168761
Business Developement Representative, Dublin, Obrien Fine Foods
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Business developement representative

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We are seeking an enthusiastic person to join our Field Sales team who has a passion for sales and who is eager to join O’Brien Fine Foods, a well-established FMCG company. This role is ideal for an individual looking to kick start their career in Sales! Responsibility Summary As a Business Development Representative within our Sales Team you will be responsible for developing the sales and of our premium products by partnering with customers to profitably grow their business. By doing so you will assist in achieving the company’s sales targets and objectives. The Role Responsible for developing new accounts, managing existing accounts and identifying opportunities for future development. Relationship building with key personnel, i.e. Store Owners/Managers, Deli Manager and Fresh Food Managers. Provide first class customer service To achieve specific distribution and sales targets for product range To implement and control in store promotions Ensure all key store personnel/retail groups are contacted in a timely and professional manner and kept up to date with in store promotional progress/implementation To capture all relevant sales activity and data accurately To keep up to date with all market information both consumer and competitor related and report daily/weekly on same to Manager Analyse and action weekly and monthly sales reports To adhere to best practice relevant HACCP rules and procedures in line with company and customer requirements Represent the company and its brands in a professional manner at all times Attend training and to develop relevant knowledge, techniques and skills. Any other reasonable duties as directed by the company Requirements A strong field sales/retail/OBFF background with experience in FMCG Ability to grow new business and develop existing accounts Ambitious, pro-active and energetic in developing new business A professional manner, articulate with excellent communication and interpersonal skills Good planning and organisational skills Strong computer experience A full clean driving license is essential Why people join us! Culture of developing and promoting from within the company! We believe in developing our employees and provide unique opportunities to take their career to the next level! Our Values of Care, Commitment and Trust. Our Guiding Principles of Think Team, Entrepreneurial Spirit and making Long Term Relationships with our Customers. We are dynamic and growing! Additional Benefits: Meal Allowance Bonus (performance based) 21 days annual leave Company vehicle Fuel Card Company phone and tablet

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