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Michael Page Logistics are looking to recruit a regional Manager covering multiples locations across the South East.
Regional Manager required to oversee 11 sites in the South West area. Children's Services experience essential for this position.
Regional Manager required to oversee 12 sites in the West Midlands/Stoke on Trent area. Children's Services experience essential for this position
The role of the Area Sales Manager is to secure new business through aligning products and services to customer needs. You will be tasked with looking after the London patch scoping out potential businesses and trying to close the deal with them.
An exciting opportunity to join a leading protective lighting manufacturer who are seeking a dynamic and results-oriented Area Sales Manager to join our growing team.
The Area Sales Manager is responsible for hunting new business within the South East England region. You will be responsible for selling a variety of different temperature control products into contractors and end-users, usually on a rent/hire basis.
Area Sales Manager covering the South East and Midlands for a leading manufacture of premium, branded homeware.
The Area Sales Manager is responsible for growing sales by creating demand through specifications and developing, strengthening, and expanding relationships with architects, designers, general contractors (GCs), subcontractors, and engineers as necessary. The role involves identifying, qualifying, and converting project leads to build a strong pipeline of opportunities in the assigned territory.
To contribute towards the B&R mission of growing sales in line with the company's ambitious plans. We will use ourposition as technology leaders to deliver to our customers a competitive edge within their market place. This will beenhanced through the provision of flexible logistics, truly competent technical consultations and the highest qualityproduct.
Great Area Sales Manager role selling high quality capital equipment in to the West Midlands construction market.
The Head of Operations at Premier Cleaning is responsible for managing a team of Area Managers while assisting, inspiring and motivating. It is crucial that all KPIs and client focused objectives are met.
Michael Page Engineering are working in partnership with an industrial manufacturing business in the Derbyshire area to find a Health and Safety Manager. This role will oversee all manufacturing operations and drive improvements across ISO standards 14001 and 45001. We are seeking a highly knowledgeable and passionate individual to join the leadership team as the Health and Safety Manager.
Our client is a reference company in the pharmaceutical industry. Currently they area looking for a Senior Quality Assurance Manager - Research with experience in GCP and GVP.
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Area managers shoulder the overall responsibility for a number of stores in a designated area. They are found in sectors including retail, supermarket, food, telecommunications, insurance, automotive, pharmaceuticals, insurance, and energy. People in area manager jobs essentially act as an interface between an organisation’s top sales management team and its network of frontline salespeople. They are responsible for ensuring their stores hit the sales targets doled out by senior management, and must work closely with other senior managers and department managers. Area managers are sometimes known as regional managers.
Area managers have a lot of responsibility, and therefore a wide variety of tasks are expected of them. They must manage day-to-day operations of their allocated branches to meet business goals, which involves managing sales teams, and ensuring their stores are delivering high-quality products and customer service. People in area manager jobs also analyse sales figures and expenses to uncover opportunities to drive up the cost effectiveness and profitability of stores. Regularly developing business plans and roadmaps detailing the optimal use of resources, and time is a large part of this. Meanwhile, they must regularly evaluate the procedures and plans they have implemented, and recommend improvements where necessary.
In their role as people manager, they must also assist in interviewing, recruiting, and regularly training staff. They should ensure employee evaluation is going ahead, and develop individual professional development plans to boost employee morale. It is also essential that they strive to develop a safe and positive working environment for all staff under their management. Area managers should also expect to work directly with clients from time to time. In some industries they are tasked with developing strong working relationships with potential clients as they look out for new business opportunities.
They should also be involved in ensuring customer issues and queries are addressed in an appropriate and timely manner. Marketing is another part of an area manager’s role. While they may have assistance from marketing experts, they must be involved in the development of marketing plans to hit the sales targets set by senior staff, and to increase their brand visibility within their allotted region. Part of this will include conducting market research that monitors competitor activity and empowers data-driven marketing. Finally, they must regularly communicate with senior management to report on the performance of their stores, discuss business updates and any issues or challenges that have arisen.
The primary function of an area manager is to assume overall responsibility for the success of the stores allocated to them. They must direct the workings of each store, from operational, to marketing, to financial, to people-all while striving to hit goals set by senior management.
Strong communication skills are perhaps the most important skill for an area manager to have in their arsenal, as they need to be able to engage with people of different levels of seniority. From senior management to frontline salespeople to customers. Given the need to engage customers and juggle many tasks at once, strong creative skills are especially useful for those seeking area manager jobs. Time management skills and solid organisational skills are also a must. Finely-honed leadership skills serve area managers well, the ability to work well under significant pressure, and the ability to make smart decisions quickly. Commercial acumen is essential to turn stores into successes, while it would be extremely difficult to take on this role without solid planning skills. Meanwhile, confidence, drive, and enthusiasm comprise three useful soft skills when it comes to the role of area manager.
Previous managerial experience is a prerequisite of area manager jobs. Employers typically consider applications from candidates educated to at least Level 3: A-Level or equivalent. Meanwhile, vocational qualifications such as a Level 4 or 5 foundational degree in retail, or a degree in retail management, business, or marketing would all make a candidate more appealing to a prospective employer.
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