Are you looking for a challenging sales position in an international company? The Dutch algae control company, LG Sonic, is currently looking for an account manager, for our Spanish speaking countries, to grow the company further.
- Direct sales focus to achieve sales and goals by securing long-term customers and profitable business.
- Prospect, contact, and present our proposed solutions to new and existing customers. Our Account managers manage the sales cycle from prospect to close.
- Establish and maintain relationships with customers for repeat business.
- Plan, organize, and schedule territory development.
- Establish and implement sales growth plan for each customer and location. Includes selling and partnering with other local sales representatives
- Meet / exceed sales goals.
- Organization of seminars, and presenting our products to our target group
Skills and Experience
- sales/marketing presentation skills
- Ability to influence and persuade
- Strong communication skills (verbal / written)
- Confident and driven to be the best
- Motivation and drive to plan account and territory strategies to exceed sales objectives
- Bachelor’s Degree preferred
- You are fluent in both English and Spanish.
What We Offer
As Account manager you will work in a young, innovative, positive and international environment. In this role, you will have the opportunity to grow, and to make a difference by taking the initiative. As an LG Sonic team member, you will contribute to the professionalization and growth of LG Sonic.
In addition to a market conforming salary, we offer excellent bonus opportunities.
You can apply by sending your CV and motivation letter to Tristen Gunther email@example.com. For more information about this position you can call 070-7709030.
About LG Sonic
LG Sonic is a Dutch company specializing in environmentally friendly algae and biofouling control solutions. Our mission is to reduce chemicals in the water treatment industry. Over the last decade, over 10,000 LG Sonic products have been successfully installed in 52 countries.