Dynamic General Manager Wanted
Are you a dynamic General Manager looking to move out of the big smoke or an experienced sales manager looking to spread your wings? There is no doubt that this role provides a great opportunity for the right person to play a central role in this fast-growing business.
You will be ambitious and looking to contribute with a real 'can do' attitude. The kind of self-starter that understands what's required and goes and makes it happen.
You will be managing the day to day running of the business, developing and growing top sales people, organising sales administration, operational performance reporting, and streamlining processes and systems so that everything runs like clockwork.
You will be comfortable under pressure, discussing deals with key stakeholders at client side, and managing the sales team internally to drive profitable results.
Our Palmerston North office is a hive of activity. Running our two brands under one roof, with a national sales team and a full production department on site. We offer advertising solutions to SMEs and large scale clients, and have the full creative team bring our clients’ plans to life.
If you have energy, enthusiasm, and excitement coursing through your veins with a passion for encouraging the best from people, achieving fantastic results and grabbing success with both hands then we want to hear from you.
What do you need?
- Highly successful sales background
- Strong commercial acumen
- Management experience
- Proven leadership skills
And what’s in it for you?
An amazing opportunity to be part of a fun and vibrant business that recognises good performance then please apply by supplying a covering letter explaining what you bring to the table along with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants for this position MUST have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa. Any applicants not meeting this requirement will not receive a reply.
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