Job - Sales Territory Manager

Job Title: Sales Territory Manager

Job Order #: CT-8362

Location: New Mexico

Salary Range: $0 - $0

Commission / Bonus:

Benefits: Health Insurance + Paid Vacation + Vehicle

Qualifications
- Bachelors degree in Animal Nutrition, Animal Science, or relevant experience
- Experience in sales management and marketing, preferably in the Dairy Nutrition Industry

- Understanding of Nutritional Supplements and Medicated products for livestock
- Experience with Rations and Feed Formulations
- Negotiation skills and expertise in business development
- Interpersonal skills as a key strength in motivating and influencing others
- Effective time management and personnel management skills
- Ability to maintain a variety of products and customer portfolios
- Create strategic plans to satisfy the needs of the customer and the business

- Understanding of business drivers and impacts to P&L

Job Description

Hansen Agri-PLACEMENT is representing an AgBusiness seeking an aggressive and articulate Sales Territory Manager. This position is responsible for the implementation of sales and business strategies to optimize profitability and market share to continue growth throughout the New Mexico territory. Qualified candidate will thrive on attaining sales profit goals through marketing and promotion programs, as well as acquiring, developing and maintaining long term, profitable client relationships. Developing partnerships to identify and mine new business opportunities across partner channels and markets will guarantee your success.

Salary is based on experience.


Contact Info:
To be considered for this position, please refer to the Job Order # above and email your resume to Carrie Thomas at carrie@hansenagriplacement.com or call 308-384-4886. Please to fill out our online application if you are not currently registered.

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