Cellar Trends Seek Sales Manager for Central London

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Application Closing Date: 26th June, 2017

BarLifeUK Jobs - Cellar Trends Seek Sales Manager for Central LondonSuccessfully Building Brands

Cellar Trends are one of the UK’s leading distributor of brands with a portfolio boasting a wide range of leading wines, spirits, beers, soft drinks and cocktail mixers. They aim to be best in class and have a remarkable track record in brand building in many drink categories. They created the Sambuca market with Luxardo; doubled the Faustino wine business; and over the years have launched, developed and built many iconic brands.

We now have a fantastic opportunity to within their London Business Unit:

Sales Manager, Central London, Full Time
(£ competitive + bonus + benefits)

We are seeking to recruit a Sales Manager covering the above area on a full time basis.

Requirements & Qualifications

  • Preferably experience in selling, ideally in the drinks industry
  • Experience of the London drinks trade. Either side of the bar.
  • Knowledge of the current trends, comfortable with cocktails, premium spirits and Champagne.
  • Good wine and spirits general knowledge, the willingness to keep learning.
  • Passionate about the drinks industry
  • A team player but also with the capacity to go it alone when needed.
  • Ability to present well and confidently across all levels
  • Enthusiasm, Energy, and a commitment to deliver results
  • Solid IT skills
  • Full Clean Driving Licence

To apply:

Please send current CV, with covering letter (outlining salary) to: vacancies@cellartrends.co.uk

Alternatively apply in writing to: Personnel Dept, Cellar Trends Ltd, Stonehouse Farm, Ashby Road, Woodville, Swadlincote, Derbyshire, DE11 7BP.

Application Closing Date: 26th June, 2017

*If we do not reply within 3 weeks of closing date, please accept this as being unsuccessful.
NO agencies please

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