Description

Southern Humates, based in Southland, is a well – established supplier of high quality certified organic humate products supplied to customers throughout New Zealand.

A senior sales position has come available to cover the South Island in promoting and selling to the agriculture /horticulture sector who recognise the value and benefits of biological and organic farming.

The successful person will demonstrate their ability to develop a sound customer base and impart their knowledge of the benefits of humates in building soil biology to individuals and farm focus groups.

You will be proactive in maintaining the current customer base and seeking out other sales opportunities. Your role also involves travel throughout the South Island and attending trade exhibitions.

Attributes Required:

  • Proven Sales History in Appropriate Field
  • An Understanding of Soil Biology

 

Remuneration:

Potentially this is a full -time position, however it may suit a part – time contract role to add value to an existing product range. An attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful applicant.

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Contact us

Phone: +64 274 343 456

Mail: janet@jbbusiness.co.nz

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