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JOB VACANCY TITLE: Vaccines & Animal Health Technical Senior Sales Representative

CLOSING DATE: 31/11/2018


JOB DUTIES:

 

  • Promote company products in a professional and creative manner

  • Evaluate competitive products and reports to business unit management

  • Maintain sales at or above the established sales goal for assigned accounts

  • Resolve customers’ complaints

  • Develop new customer contacts and expanding new markets

  • Establish and maintain accurate, up-to-date customer account records. 

  • Communicate detailed scientific and technical information to Veterinarians and veterinary staff members

  • Train and advise less experienced staff

  • Report to business unit management, on a timely basis, all important issues in the marketplace

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • Minimum 5 years of applicable experience

  • Bachelor Degree in Life science or Animal Science

  • Background in Vaccines and animal health division is a must

 

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JOB VACANCY TITLE: Technical Sales Manager-Feed Division

CLOSING DATE: 31/11/2018


JOB DUTIES:

  • Develop and implement a plan to achieve the sales budget and targeted individual products / programs

  • Analyze the feed market, recognize trends and respond on opportunities 

  • Develop and manage new and existing markets, customers and item strategies

  • Maximize Sales Volumes

  • Ensure proper and regular training of existing personnel as well as finding and growing new talent

  • Provide market and competitor feedback on a regular basis

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • Minimum 5 years of experience in a similar field

  • Bachelor Degree in Animal Science or Animal Nutrition

  • Strong technical knowledge of poultry food feed production practices