Full-Time Bengal Beverages Ltd requires Sales Manager and Sales Executive
Bengal Beverages Ltd seeking for Sales Manager and Sales Executive
Bengal Beverages Post name: Area Sales Manager
Energetic, Young candidates having more than 10 years of Experience with at least 3 years in selling Energy Drinks and similar products and at least 3 years in supervisory roll. Qly. Graduate, preferably MBA. Age: 35-40 years. Own Motorcycle with valid license is a must for extensive traveling of approx. 60-100 Km. /day & may require outstation night stay.
Post name: Training Manager for Sales Team
Result Oriented Trainer to Train Sales Personnel including Company Executives. Distributors with minimum 10 Years of experience of which at least 5-7 years in Sales Function & 2-3 years in Training Function. Qly. Graduate / MBA with fluency in Bengali & English with Computer Knowledge specially in MS-Office. Age : 35-40 years. Remuneration: Attractive, Field Sales experience will be given preference. Candidate should be capable to prepare Training Module and should be flexible for Extensive Traveling in Different Districts of South Bengal.
Post name: Sales Executive
Qualification: Minimum graduate – Fresher as well as experienced in sales, Age: within 22-28 years. Should have his own Motorcycle with valid license for extensive traveling of approx. 60-100 Km./day & may require outstation night stay.
Suitable candidates may apply with current resume along with a non-returnable passport size colour photograph within 7 days to
Bengal Beverages Pvt. Ltd.
(Authorized Bottler of The Coca-Cola Company),
Durgapur Expressway, Mollaber Village,
Dankunibil, West Bengal 712310
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