- Heidelberg WestPermanentAU$80,000 - AU$85,000
You will be responsible for maintaining existing and expanding the companies range to customers within your assigned sales territory.
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Well established, dynamic business - 100% Australian owned
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Melbourne has repeatedly been listed as the world’s most liveable city by The Economist’s annual list of top cities, which are ranked on a range of factors such as infrastructure, health care, and education. It’s no wonder then that the population of Melbourne is growing faster than any other Australian city, with as many as 300 new arrivals every day.
Historically, the northern suburbs of Melbourne have largely been involved in automotive manufacturing, but the closures in this sector have forced changes in the region. Instead, data suggests sectors such as health care and social assistance, education, and professional services are taking over as the leading fields in the area. For example, hospitals were at the forefront of North Melbourne’s GRP growth from 2004 to 2014 with 2.8%, followed by professional, scientific and technical services on 2.5%.
Currently, higher level services account for roughly 60% of all jobs in Melbourne, followed by accommodation and food services, and health care and social assistance.
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