Graduate Field Sales Executive

  • Graduate Field Sales Opportunity
  • Work with existing clients, looking to develop and extend relationships
  • Covering patch across the Midlands, driving license required
  • Work with leading manufacturer in food industry
  • £30k basic salary, £40k OTE

If you're seeking an entry level sales opportunity in the Midlands, there are few quite like this.

What do the company do?

A worldwide business group with over 1500 employees, this company are a leading manufacturer of processing equipment that aids food in going from farm to plate.

Recently celebrating their 100th birthday, they now boast clients across 5 continents and are looking to recruit a graduate into their UK Sales team.

What is the role?

Working as a Field Sales Executive, the first few months of your role will be spent within their Rugby office, learning from the existing team as you develop market knowledge and begin to shadow meetings.

Once up and running, the week-to-week responsibilities of your role will see you managing relationships with Key Accounts across the Midlands. This is a face-to-face role, meaning you will meet clients at trading locations, trade shows & more. There is a company car provided.

Alongside all the internal training you'll do in the role, the client have also invested in a 12 month professional sales training course to run alongside the job - provided by BMS Performance.

What are the company looking for?

  • Someone with the right transferable skills for a sales role - Confidence, relationship building & resilience
  • An individual that feels they'd thrive in a face-to-face role, meeting clients in person rather than being full time in the office
  • Someone mature, independent with the ability to showcase initiative and contribute with new ideas
  • The right area… this individual must be Midlands based with a driving license

What is the package offered?

  • £30k basic salary
  • £40k OTE
  • Company Car
  • BMS 12 months sales programme
  • 25 days holiday + BH (Holiday allocation rises with time at business)