The company: This global market leader is well known within ophthalmic markets for surgical, pharmaceutical and vision care products. They also have a large range of consumer health and aesthetic products, and as a dynamic and growing organisation they are looking to build on their success further, by developing and growing this side of their business. With a vision to be the number one eye care company in the UK, their business success in underpinned by putting their customers at the centre of everything that they do. With a strong emphasis on an entrepreneurial approach, they believe in hard work, working together as a team to achieve excellence but still having fun in what they do.
The position: An outstanding opportunity has now arisen to join this results driven team as a Retail & Pharmacy Key Account manager for their Visioncare products.
Why Should You Apply?
Basic Salary: Negotiable
Area Working: National but main accounts will be Midlands/South East based.
Products: Visoncare products such as contact lens solutions.
The nature of their industry means that to perform this role you will need to be an accomplished strategic account manager used to working with large complex multiples. You will need to have strong category management and strong commercial acumen to analyse and extrapolate trends in the market and accounts. You will need strong presentation and negotiating skills to manage professional buyers within their customer base.
As the Retail and Pharmacy Key Account Manager for Visioncare in the UK you will be responsible for Major retail and pharmacy accounts that have high expectations on delivery, strategic thinking to appeal to their customer base and most of all strong Category Management. With such significant growth and potential in this sector this is an exciting time to come and make your mark and further develop this growing business. As key senior member of the Visioncare team you will be working closely with the Visioncare leadership.
This is technically a National role but the core customers are around the midlands and South East, and therefore not as extensive on travel as it may look. The key element they are seeking are: