Sales Executive

Published:  16 January, 2013

Sector: Timber

Location: Midlands

Salary: Competitive + excellent bonus, pension and car


BSW Timber is the UK’s largest sawmilling company, employing over 800 people and generating annual revenue in excess of £175m. 2013 sees us with an ambitious programme to add capacity from our on-going investment programme and extensively increase our sales revenue - resulting in new opportunities arising to replace recent internal promotions.


Reporting directly to the Sales Director - National Accounts and responsible for a geographical area across the Midlands, your role will focus on establishing strong relationships and promoting our product range at branch level within the National Timber and Builders Merchants chains.


Ideally living somewhere close to either territory, you will have a sales or account management background, preferably in a timber-related industry. Your previous experience may include having worked at branch level within a national merchant chain. You will be IT literate, able to communicate at all levels with the ability to build rapport with our national customers and identify new business opportunities.

Finally, you must be keen, smart and above all competitive!

This is an excellent opportunity to develop a long term career with one of the industry’s leading employers.


To be considered for this position, please send your CV to Adrian Tarrant, Group HR Manager at BSW Timber, Carlisle Sawmill, Cargo, Carlisle CA6 4BA.


Tel: 01228 673384.

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