Regional Sales Manager Job Description

What is a Regional Sales Manager?

The Regional Sales Manager is responsible for overseeing the daily and long-term operations of a company�s stores across a geographic region. As a Regional Sales Manager you will often be responsible for setting and adjusting sales goals based on deep knowledge of individual store selling patterns. Additionally you will be responsible for overseeing the training of managers, and assistant managers in the region s/he is responsible for.

Being a Regional Sales Manager typically does not require a college degree although knowledge of business, customer service, and previous retail experience are essential. Often a Regional Sales Manager is promoted within a company from a managerial position in one store or as an assistant regional manager to ensure that the person has an exemplary knowledge of the company culture, regulations and requirements.

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Example Co. is one of the leading companies in our field in the area. We're proud of our 3.6 rating on Glassdoor from our employees. We are hiring a talented Regional Sales Manager professional to join our team. If you're excited to be part of a winning team, Example Co. is a great place to grow your career. You'll be glad you applied to Example Co.

Responsibilities for Regional Sales Manager

  • Provide support to individual stores; managers; and teams
  • Determine long and short term sales goals
  • Oversee product and supply ordering and shipment in accordance with regional needs
  • Mentor managers and assistant managers
  • Plan and execute training among staff members and management
  • Oversee sales and special promotions
  • Provide leadership on hiring and employee retention
  • Resolve customer complaints and service issues

Qualifications for Regional Sales Manager

  • Five + years of sales experience
  • Three + years in a managerial role
  • Strong communications skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office specifically Powerpoint and Excel
  • Excellent analytical skills and comfort with math
  • Creative problem-solving skills
  • Ability to multitask
  • Excellent customer service
  • Ability to work well in teams

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