Pharmaceutical Sales Management Jobs
Latest Pharmaceutical Management Job Roles - Zenopa
The main aim of Sales Managers whether it is at a Regional or National level is to be able to successfully achieve and succeed business objectives to agreed metrics. It also includes effectively reviewing and identifying sales strategies and business models in order to grow company revenue.
What is involved in a pharmaceutical sales management?
Sales Management with a Pharmaceutical company is likely to involve motivating, inspiring, leading and developing high performing teams in order to achieve sales results across a specific portfolio of products.
A Sales Manager would set achievable sales targets and key performance indicators for sales professionals and be responsible for training and coaching individuals within that team to improve and enhance performance. Strong cross functional working is imperative with various departments to ensure collaborative working and aligning account plans and strategies/tactics.
Type of Sales Management roles we recruit for:
|Key Account Manager||£50 - £65K|
|National Sales Manager||£60 - £80K|
|Regional Sales Manager||£50 - £65K|
|Sales Director||£70 - £90K|
Why choose us?
Zenopa as a recruitment agency are a service provider who provide measurable, effective recruitment solutions to both our clients and candidates. As an organisation Zenopa has a wealth of experience and a heritage of 25 years, and in main is the desired service provider on a consistent basis. Zenopa offer extensive industry insight – with industry experts in each division. The services we offer include: salary surveys, news e-lerts, interview/CV advice and more.
The next step:
If you would like to find out more about the sales management roles we have available, you can register your details, send us a message or call us on +44 (0)1494 818 050.
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