Primary Sales Consultant, Manchester - Field Based

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Department
Primary Sales
Division
Educational
Location
Home-based
Reference number
21616

About us

Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford, which furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.

The Education Division provides books and resources across Primary, Secondary, Trade and Children's markets, both for the UK and for customers around the world. We are passionately committed to our mission to educate and inspire through book board and screen.


About the role

We are looking to recruit a Primary Educational Sales Consultant to sell our highly regarded and successful range of publishing into primary schools. You will seek out sales leads by visiting primary schools and work collaboratively with teachers and other education professionals in order to gain a thorough understanding of current teaching practices. You will strive towards building a thriving partnership with your customers based on trust and offer them practical solutions through our range of products and resources.  

This role is term-time role, working 195 days per year, and the school holidays are your own. This role is a field based role and will require extensive travel and ideally the candidate will be based within the Greater Manchester area.


About you

Ideally based in Greater Manchester, you will need to demonstrate that you are driven, proactive, highly motivated, and able to work on your own initiative. You will have proven consultative sales, presentation, and networking skills, and be computer literate and have experience of working in a field based role.  

Extensive travel around the region is required and knowledge of the primary education market would be an advantage.


Salary
Competitive salary depending on skills and experience

Recruiter
Lucy Goodman

Contact email
(for queries only - click 'Apply' below to apply)
lucy.goodman@oup.com

Closing date
15/09/2017
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