In most cases, policies, decisions and other important matters are decided at the higher levels; therefore, it is the duty of the sales supervisor to make sure that such decisions or policies are implemented by the sales team.
When senior managers discover a problem, such as a salesperson not meeting targets or adhering to sales policies, sales process and procedures, they don’t confront such a person directly, the supervisor will be notified and mandated to address such problems. Solving this kind of problem could involve him taking disciplinary action like issuing a warning to the salesperson.
- Solving problems relating to sales results oftentimes involve the supervisor going the extra mile to offer assistance and help the salesperson do better.
- The sales supervisor is usually involved in empowering and motivating his team.
- Sales supervisor may organize regular sales meetings or try to develop a high level of product confidence in his team.
- Supervises coordinates and maintains the daily activities of the food services sales representatives mentioned in the sales process.
- Follow up on clients’ financial statements and supervise the collection and aging ratios.
- Ensure promotions are in with the company’s standards.
- Monitor local competitors.
- Preside over staff meetings.
- Record sales and order issues to overcome and solve with senior management;
- Follow inventory, check and assess the stock situation and work on reducing waste.
- Keep up with fluctuating demand and supply.
- Participate in placing orders on frequent meetings with purchasing department;
- Participates in management’s weekly and monthly meetings.
Application Deadline: 11/30/2020
Expected Start Date: 12/1/2020