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Area Manager

company: Mondo Search
salary: 100000-100000
location: Sydney
Industry: Area / Territory Manager, Sales & Account Management
Date Posted: 4 June 2021

Join one of the oldest & most successful craft beer companies in Australia

  • On-Premise & Off Premise Sales
  • Large Sales Volume Area
  • Prime Territory

Area Manager – Prime Sydney Region

The purpose of this role is to build long-term sustainable volume, brand equity and profitability for the Company’s portfolio and its partner brands in the Area Manager’s defined territory.

The defined territory may include the on-premise market, the off-premise market or both.

Key Activities

− Contribute to the execution of national and state plans and strategies, including annual sales and financial budgets.

− Advance the business position at all times within the Territory.

− Represent the company in accordance with Coopers’ Guiding Principles in your day-to-day role and at dinners, sponsorship events and other trade engagements as required.

− Support the national business objectives in relation to new product development and operational changes as required.

Is This You?

*3 – 5 years of experience in a similar role in the beer & cider industry.

− Proven sales record with a demonstrated ability to exceed sales and distribution targets.
− Exceptional customer service skills.
− In-depth knowledge of the brewing industry, the territory and current issues affecting the liquor market in general.
− Ability to manage a territory in a structured and planned manner.
− Highly developed interpersonal skills, including strong negotiation, influencing, conflict resolution, written communication and oral communication skills.
− Highly results focused, pro-active, and continuous improvement orientated.
− Ability to manage competing demands, meet deadlines and maintain composure under pressure.
− Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment in the pursuit of common goals.
− Enthusiastic, self-motivated, confident and flexible.


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