Silent Gliss is the leading global supplier of motorised and manual curtain and blind systems in the high quality market.
We offer our customers the very best in terms of quality, design, technology, service and individuality.
Responsibilities of the Territory Manager:
- Introduce new and existing products through professional and persuasive presentation
- Motivate, train and develop existing retail customers, including department store groups such as The John Lewis Partnership
- Be ‘hands-on’ assisting end users and retailers with onsite practical project advice and taking accurate site measurements
- Identify and secure the business of new retail customers
- Sell and communicate effectively, developing positive relationships with retail customers operating in the 'top end' of the interiors market
- Manage the area through responsible and effective planning
- Make full use of the company CRM system (Salesforce.com).
Requirements of the Territory Manager:
- Professional, enthusiastic ‘achiever‘, motivated by results and working for the best in the industry
- Good communicator and 'people person' who can establish close working relationships with colleagues and customers
- Excellent practical skills and the ability to take accurate site measurements
- A proven ability to meet sales targets
- Able to absorb, understand and confidently communicate technical product information
- Demonstrate a passion for customer care
- Organised with the ability to plan activity and balance priorities
- Good attention to detail, able to tie up 'loose ends' and communicate actions to colleagues and managers
- Ambitious, career minded and keen to develop and progress within Silent Gliss
- Good numeracy, literacy and a sound working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel and Outlook.
- Previous sales experience essential and experience in a similar industry desirable
- Educated to A-level or equivalent standard (degree qualification preferential)
- Salary: Competitive (dependant on experience)
- 21 days pro rata holiday is paid by the Company in the first year, rising to a capped maximum 30 days holiday
- A company car may be provided in certain instances (driving licence essential)
- Contributory pension scheme