Purpose of position:
To manage a vast range of fast moving consumer goods for the company. To increase sales in the company and manage costs that may occur to create higher margins

Key Accountabilities:
To achieve and exceed agreed sales targets in existing product lines and keeps or improves sales & merchandising standards laid down by principal
Negotiates profitable deals on existing and new product lines with buyers at shops
Negotiates discounts, shelf space, promotions and gondolas
Ensure that merchandisers are motivated and does training when needed
Organises promotions by doing required negotiations
Sorts, verifies and submits claims to expedite process. Recommends reversals as required
Ensures that stock rotation principles are adhered to
Ensures products are correctly displayed at point of sale
Qualifications, Experience and skills:
Grade 12 and three years’ experience in FMCG, or a diploma in Sales and Marketing
Be between 21 and 35 years of age
Fluency in Afrikaans and English
Proficiency in an indigenous language will be a definite advantage
Be able to handle pressure and conflict situations
Have good communication skills
Have a basic understanding and working knowledge of Sales Maths
Reliable own transport, as extensive travelling is required
Valid passport and police clearance certificate
Valid Driver’s License (Code 08)
Namibian Citizenship

Individuals meeting the above requirements should please forward a comprehensive CV together with a covering letter, clearly indicating the position being applied for to:

The Human Resources Department forwarding your application via email, please ensure that your information is consolidated and that your email attachments are limited to three (3).

Please note that only short listed candidates will be contacted and that no documentation will be returned. Applicants who are not contacted within two weeks from the closing date should consider their application unsuccessful.

As per Affirmative Action (Employment) Act, Act 29 of 1998 Namibian Citizens from previously disadvantaged groups will enjoy preferential treatment.