Territory Sales Manager - Dental Consumables

Patch: North/West London

Salary £35,000 – 40,000 + £12,000 commission

A rare and great opportunity for a dental practitioner to progress into sales! Our client is keen to mentor and provide full training to the successful candidate.

  • Well established global manufacturer boasting £160M+ turnover
  • Field sales role – 50% account management
  • Attractive culture, career and earning prospects
  • Occasional Saturdays spent training dental professionals
  • OTE £52K + hybrid company car

THE ROLE: As Territory Manager, the successful applicant will take over a successful patch, tasked with managing an existing account base and targeted on territory growth, pushing sales back through our clients dealer network. Day to day you will influence at practice level, liaising with dentists and nurses. The odd Saturday will be spent training dental professionals. Representing a range of premium, registered and approved consumables, you will attend 7 meetings a day. Working towards 10% growth target for the North and West London territory.

Full product / company training will be provided, career and earning prospects are very attractive and the company culture is great.

THE COMPANY: Long established and with a great heritage and reputation for quality, this independently owned international manufacturer provide a premium quality range of dental consumables, supplies and some equipment for use within dental practices. They are looking for energetic, problem solving, team players with dental backgrounds to join the team.


  • Must have a dental background i.e. dental nurse or technician
  • Medical device sales experience also welcomed
  • Full driving licence

CULTURE: Positive, fun and collaborative team environment and plenty of autonomy (within reason!) to run an area as it was your own business

The Package for Sales Specialist:

  • Basic: £35,000 – 40,000
  • Bonus: £10,000 – 12,000 – paid quarterly
  • Car: Fully expensed hybrid company car
  • Benefits: Healthcare, pension, 23 days holiday + stats