First Line Sales Manager - Sydney

Your Responsibilities:
A rare opportunity has become available for an experienced Sales Leader to lead our successful respiratory Primary Care sales team based in the South West of Sydney. Naturally a key focus of this role will be to create a high- performance culture which develops, motivates and inspires the sales team to execute strategy and outperform the competition keeping the interests of the patient at the heart of everything we do.

Your key responsibilities will include:
• Providing leadership, coaching, in field support, guidance and operational direction to a team of 11 GP Sales Representatives.
• Motivating and inspiring the team to consistently be their best by keeping them connected with the broader organisation, celebrating success and ensuring high performers are valued and recognised.
• Developing and executing a district business plan that is aligned to brand strategy and tactical objectives. Identifying and diagnosing under-performance early and putting in place time-based performance plans.
• Driving a culture of sales excellence.

To be successful in this role you will have:

• Previous experience and demonstrated success in leading field sales teams preferably within the pharmaceutical, healthcare or a related industry.
• Coaching skills with a passion for developing people.
• A solid grasp of sales excellence principles and a track record for driving continuous improvement.
• Strong levels of commercial and financial acumen with proven experience in a complex, matrix environment.
• Excellent business partnering influencing skills and ability to work across boundaries with a broad range of cross functional stakeholders

Why You?

Basic qualifications:
Significant experience in field sales leadership roles

Preferred qualifications:
Bachelor in business, science or a related field

Why GSK?:
GlaxoSmithKline is a global research-based pharmaceutical and healthcare company. GSK is bound by a global promise to keep patients' interests at the heart of everything we do. We are committed to driving innovation and best practice in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries, leading with ethical approaches to all our activities, access to medicines and reinvestment into the communities we operate in.

As an innovative pharmaceutical company we rely on experts within our teams who come from a wide range of backgrounds working together towards our mission to help people feel better, do more and live longer.

Contact information:
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