National Sales Manager - Piping Systems
Global company expanding through Australia & NZ
Career progression opportunities available
About Our Client
A global company operating for over 40 years in the mechanical and industrial space. They offer a wide range of technological advanced piping systems and products through a diverse range of channels. They have a huge presence across North America, Europe and Asia and are expanding their network through Australia and New Zealand. Training and development is a core function for our client and there are a wide range of progression opportunities available during this exciting time for the business.
There are three key initiatives associated with the role:
- Build, develop and manage partner network.
- Collaborate with business partners (distributors, wholesaler, etc) to amplify sales effectiveness
- Secure sufficient sales volume to meet or exceed sales budget in specified markets
- Educate and engage customers of new products and programs
- Effectively manage existing and new accounts to consistently improve market share
- Manage and improve sales funnel with good win ratio.
- Develop monthly sales forecasts to report to CEO
- Conduct and drive technical activities related to product application & compatibility
- Answer daily technical questions and provide technical documents per customer request
The Successful Applicant
- Degree/Diploma in an Engineering related subject
- Minimum 8 years' experience in related technical sales
- Knowledge of piping systems selling to corporate or project customers
- Existing networks within construction related distributors, contractors and consultants
- Proven sales record with great leadership potential to take on bigger responsibilities down the track
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with strong ownership.
- Willing to travel when required to meet objectives.
- High numeracy and literacy skills with knowledge of MS Office suite
What's on Offer
Attractive remuneration package including car allowance and strong bonus structure