Sales District Manager

Job Description Provide necessary support to customers in designated district to achieve assigned district sales goals and maximize total sales while maintaining margin expectations. Provide sales support for customers in the form of training assistance, special quotations, project design and specific customer requirements to achieve sales goals. Strengthen and enhance specified National Account and Distributor Relationships in the territory at district level. Assist in new product business expansion by identifying opportunities and working withinternal departments to support these efforts. Develop short and long term business plans to develop, maintain and grow sales within the district. Identify , contact and call on A&E level, end-user and local dealers to create opportunities for Bosch sales. Provide same or next day response for customer issues.' Promote Bosch products; train on the benefits of such solutions through events: road shows, trade shows, customer directed training and other programs. Provide sales, customer information, projects and trends to the various Bosch departments through Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tools. Qualifications This position requires 50-70% travel, primarily within the territory, and requires that the individual reside within the district they represent, with Northern NJ as the preferredlocation: Northern NJ & NY State (does not include Long Island and Metro NYC, Westchester County) A Bachelor's degree in Business or Marketing is preferred. You bring a minimum of 5 years of industry experience, preferably with a manufacturer. Industry affiliations and certification is a plus. A minimum of 3 years of outside sales experience, calling on end-users, dealers and A&E type customers. Strong IP network knowledge, preferably product and sales experience. Strong communication skills, solid industry and product specific knowledge, plus the ability to successfully generate and close business are essential for success.
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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