Territory Manager - Lower South Island
Lower South Island
DE SANGOSSE is an international supplier of crop protection, plant nutrition, seeds and pest control products. The company is supported by its fully owned subsidiary Agronutrition, which specialises in foliar fertilisation and plant nutrition.
Our mission is to promote the implementation of more competitive agricultural technologies that are environmentally friendly, safe for users and use less water and energy, with a view to addressing food issues, climate risks and environmental challenges. We integrate the three pillars of sustainable development, being Economic, Social and Environmental.
DE SANGOSSE aims to create value for its customers by offering innovative product solutions backed by robust technical and trial based evidence.
Due to company growth that has led to an internal promotion, we are now searching for either a junior or experienced Territory Manager to grow the company’s specialty plant nutrition business.
In this role, you will report to the South Island Sales Manager and be supported by the Australia/ New Zealand Technical Development Manager. Your territory will encompass Otago, Southland, and the West Coast, possibly with extension into Canterbury over time. The role involves servicing DE SANGOSSE’s retail customer base, as well as visiting arable, dairy and horticultural operations, alongside their agronomists to provide on-farm technical support.
Competencies required to be successful in this role include:
• Environmental, AgSci or other relevant qualification - preferred
• An understanding of crop agronomy
• The ability to provide technical advice to growers, agronomists and contractors
• Sound negotiation and business development skills
• Ability to travel extensively throughout the area
To inquire in confidence about this role, phone Deb Francis on 021 224 5000. Otherwise, forward your CV with covering letter via www.agrecruit.co.nz by Wednesday 13 June.
We specialise in agri-business
Closing date: Wednesday 13 June
Date Posted: 2018-05-31