(Position filled) Sales Manager (H/F)
Les Œnologues de France, a commercial company subsidiary of the professional syndicate representing the profession of oenologists, has been developing for 25 years, wine competitions (France and abroad) of reference, both by the quality of the competitions exclusively for experts and by the ISO certified organisation recognised in the profession. The sales manager (M/F) will be in charge of developing sales of the competitions (registrations, sales of macaroons, follow-up) but also of the other commercial activities of Œnologues de France (continuing education, activities related to services for laboratories).
An experienced team.
A recognized professional network.
A very varied commercial challenge.
A creative approach.
A position tailor-made for an autonomous and pugnacious profile.
Propose and implement a commercial policy and tools for monitoring French and foreign customers.
To increase the number of competition samples, the sale of buttons, the promotion of training and services related to inter-laboratory comparisons.
Analyse commercial figures.
Write the reporting concerning commercial activities.
Participate in the development of marketing and communication tools.
Establish the monitoring and benchmarking of other competitions.
Propose improvements and/or new services/competitions.
To follow transversal projects with the teams in place.
Lead a network of influencers concerning competitions and related services.
Provide support to the team during the organization of the competitions.
Your Profile :
You have both commercial and technical skills (Bac+4/5). The possession of the DNO will be privileged in the selected applications. A commercial experience of 3 to 5 years is requested in order to be autonomous quickly. English is required, Spanish is an advantage. You are rigorous, creative, humble with a taste for challenge and teamwork.
Elements to be taken into account :
Communication tools (telephone, laptop)
Autonomous manager, attractive remuneration over 12 months, variable remuneration, social security protection