Territory Development Manager – Cafe
Sanitarium Health Food Company
Work with one of NZ’s iconic FMCG Companies
Are you a Barista, café professional or coffee rep looking for the next step in your career? Come join us at the Alternative Dairy Company.
Sanitarium is a progressive, legendary wholly New Zealand owned business that produces some of Kiwi’s favourite brands – Weet-Bix, UP&GO and So Good. Our newest brand is ‘The Alternative Dairy Co’ featuring Barista designed, plant milks that have been specially crafted for Barista’s.
This full-time role will report to the Business Manager and will be responsible for expanding our business in the Café channel, in Auckland, Bay of Plenty and Coromandel.
Key accountabilities include:
Building relationships, credibility & networks with Independent Cafés or other outlets where beverages are sold – initiated from current networks, event leads or cold calling
Building region-based distributor, roaster and franchise relationships
Being an authority on plant milk in a Café setting
Promoting the use of, and actively selling, all ‘The Alternative Dairy Co’ products and connect Café’s to our partner distributors for supply support
Managing a given Territory in a timely and efficient manner and maintain a solid customer database (CRM). This may include regional areas requiring overnight stays.
Participating in Café and Coffee related trade shows, events and industry functions as required
A proven track record (3+ yrs experience) as a Café professional – Roaster/Barista/Café Manager/Territory Manager in the Café channel
Strong communication and negotiation skills
Knowledge and understanding of the Café channel
Be passionate about people and Cafés
Excellent customer service skills
Demonstrated ability to engage and influence end-customers and distributors
Excel in building strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders and industry bodies
A demonstrated ability to operate autonomously, be flexible and able to operate in new environments
A high level of sales resilience is critical for this role
The selection process will include interviews, online and functional testing, pre-employment medical and drug screening as well as reference checking. Applications close Friday 29 September 2023. However, we will be reviewing applications as they are received and may progress with suitable applicants prior to the closing date.
All applicants must have the legal right to work in New Zealand
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