DUCATI UK IS HIRING. ARE YOU THE UNIQUE INDIVIDUAL FOR THE JOB?
December 21 2011.




Ducati UK is hiring, are you the unique individual for the job?

Due to internal restructuring and following the opening of the custom built head office at Silverstone, Ducati UK Limited is now looking to recruit an Area Sales Manager to successfully support the dealer network in the south of England.

Ducati has been enjoying consistent growth and success recently, and thanks to a number of revolutionary new models, the brand now possesses market share across all core market sectors. Arguably manufacturing the world's most attractive motorcycles, Ducati uniquely combines style, performance and technology.

A similarly unique and passionate individual is now required to maintain and build upon this success by supporting, training and developing the dedicated dealers that make up the Ducati dealer network in the south.

The successful candidate will be a proven high achiever who is focussed on progression, growth and above all personal success. A strong personality who can work on their own initiative with experience coming either from within the industry, or indeed from another similar sales channel, the potential Area Sales Manager will need to possess a track record of successful b2b business development, as well as impress with their ability to support and develop a premium brand within a challenging marketplace.

The Area Sales Manager must demonstrate the ability to develop innovative solutions and will display a high level of interpersonal skills. Possessing a flexible nature and high energy levels, the chosen candidate will enjoy the challenges and flexibility that working independently and in a small team can bring.

This fantastic opportunity offers a highly competitive package which includes an attractive salary, car allowance and bonus scheme.


For a confidential conversation, or to register your interest, contact Darren Legg at Motorecruit via
Darren@motorecruit.co.uk , 07815 082149 or http://uk.linkedin.com/in/darrenlegg