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Apr 292017
 


MAKE A FUN CAREER MOVE:

FILL A GAP AT GAP MARKETING

Gap Marketing, a frontline marketing force in East Africa seeks to strengthen its operations by recruiting for Regional Team Leaders for Coast, Nyanza and Western.

So if you’re a computer literate with skills in Microsoft office suites, practical, analytical minded and “hands on team player with exceptional communication, interpersonal, negotiation and presentation skills, you could just be one we are looking for.

Report to: Operations Manager

Main purpose for the Job: Implementing the Clients sales channels strategy in the assigned region.

Academic qualifications: A business related university Degree (preferably B.Comm or a diploma in Sales and marketing from a reputable college

Work experience: One year experience in sales or related field and with atleast 1 year experience in managing a team.

Knowledge and skills

  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Team building and team leadership skills
  • Good organization skills
  • Good mentoring skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Must be mature and demonstrate high levels of self-drive

How to Apply

Interested candidates should send their applications to hr@gap-marketing.com on or before Wednesday, 3 May 2017

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