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Territory Representative

An exciting opportunity within FMCG has become available for a Territory Representative to join the Northern Territory Field Team! A unique opportunity for Darwin salespeople!
Client Details
My client is a high profile FMCG brand. They are renowned for developing their people into leaders of the future. They have a high performance culture and with an international presence they are able to facilitate career progression here and abroad.
Description
The role of Territory Representative will include the following as part of your working day;
Analysing and interpreting store specific data Engaging in commercial conversations and negotiations Building and fostering strong business partnerships with retailers Working with and supporting Account Managers to drive marketing strategies in key accounts
Educating retailers on product and category knowledge
Profile
Ideal candidates for the Territory Representative will possess the following-
A Business Degree OR 2-3 years’ experience in sales/marketing The ability to meet and exceed performance targets and execute good time and territory management Good organisational and administration skills in order to self-manage and develop discipline and be flexible and coachable Demonstrate customer focus with comprehensive communication skills and the ability to express yourself verbally Resilience and drive, with a ‘can do attitude'
A valid state Driver’s License and safe driving record
Job Offer
The role is paying up to $62,000 plus a fully maintained company vehicle, super and bonus
To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Libby Kidd on *****24 + click to reveal.
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The Company
 
MM Electrical Merchandising (MMEM) are the Australian leader in the electrical wholesale industry. With over 250 branch locations across Australia and over 2,000 passionate employees, MMEM continue to experience significant growth with over 100 years of operation. Their success is a result of an ability to build strong customer relationships, demonstrate industry knowledge and provide a high level of service.
 
MMEM are committed to developing the future leaders of their business, and in order to support future growth plans, they are looking for graduates who are interested in a diverse career in business management.
 
MMEM's unique business model is based on a decentralized structure, treating each of their branch locations essentially as a separate business. This business model allows managers to essentially run their own business, while having the support of being part of a national business and be rewarded through their profit share scheme.
 
The Opportunity
 
This is not your average cookie cutter graduate program. It is a unique, hands-on role where you will work from the ground up, completing a number of structured rotations through the various positions within the branch.
 
Over the course of the program, you will gain an intimate understanding of the operations of the business first hand, the diverse range of industries that MMEM supply to and the fundamentals of how to run a successful business.
 
Rotating between the different Darwin based branches, you will be exposed to a variety of management styles and business development strategies, enabling you to gain a solid grounding in all aspects of team building, sales and management.
 
In order to consolidate prior learning, training and development will also be provided throughout the course of the program, as well as mentorship from senior leaders and managers within the business.
 
You will be encouraged to think differently, challenge the status quo, and bring a fresh set of eyes to our business, and upon successful completion you will be considered for the role of business manager, where you will be responsible for managing one of the businesses as if it were your own.
 
Essential criteria
 
Ideally, you will have a passion for sales and business development, with a desire to become a successful leader in a dynamic environment.
 
The ideal candidate will have:
Recently completed a degree (any discipline) or be in their final semester of study A genuine love of building relationships and networking with people A desire and passion for leadership opportunities. Whether in social situations, sports, university or work, you naturally fall into roles of leadership. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment Drive and enthusiasm for long term career success and be willing to put in hard work to accelerate their career Excellent written and verbal communication skills Resilience and be adaptive, there is no such thing as a typical day!
Such an opportunity is not for everyone, but if you are looking for a diverse yet rewarding career in business management with a supportive organisation that values and rewards its employees, please apply below.
 
For more information, please contact the team at Allan Hall Human Resource Services on *****90 + click to reveal.
 
Please note, only successful candidates will be contacted for the next stage of the recruitment process. Thank you for your understanding.
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Relationships Australia
NORTHERN TERRITORY
Relationships Australia NT (RANT) is part of one of Australia’s largest community based organisations whose vision is to work with communities where relationships are respectful, diversity is valued and all people have a true sense of belonging and connection. RANT is committed to protecting children and young people from harm.
Community Engagement
Officer
Full-Time Darwin
An exciting opportunity exists to join Relationships Australia NT’s corporate team in the above position. Applicants are required to have a Tertiary Qualification and/or 5 years’ experience working in Communications, Marketing or a related field.
Key skills for the position include:

Understanding of communications and marketing principles, along with social media strategies; High level of initiative and time management skills, along with a ‘can do’ approach; Previous experience organising and
promoting external and internal events;
Knowledge of and ability to engage with a range of community service agencies for networking, presentations and other PR / Promotional activities; High level of computer skills, ideally including Adobe Suite, WordPress and advanced Microsoft Office.
Applicants will require extensive screening, referee checks, Ochre Card and Criminal History check. Position Description and Basic Employment Conditions are available in Current Vacancies at
www.nt.relationships.org.au
Applications to *****@ra-nt.org.au + click to reveal and include a Cover Letter, CV and minimum of two referees. Please call Tracey on *****26 + click to reveal to discuss details of the position.
Applicants by Commencement of Business Monday 4th June 2018.
Aboriginal people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
www.nt.relationships.org.au
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Internal Sales
Administration
We are seeking an Internal Sales
Wonderwoman at our
Winnellie warehouse.
Essential qualities include being
bright, enthusiastic and meticulous
attention to detail. Highly organised
and with previous experience in data
entry and customer contact.
This is a for full time position
Email me your resume to:
*****@thnortherntrading.com.au + click to reveal
by COB 28/5/2018
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N.T. MOTORCYCLE CENTRE
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES SALES PERSON
We are seeking a highly motivated person for a full time position within our Parts and Accessories Department.
Applicants will need to possess the following skills & attributes:

Be reliable, punctual, well presented and have a positive attitude Deliver a high quality of customer service Confidence and the ability to make sales Have a desire to gain product knowledge Previous experience in the motor industry would be an advantage
Duties will include:
Selling of motorcycle parts, accessories and merchandise Processing sales and stock control Liaising with customers and suppliers Following up on customer requests Maintaining presentation of accessories area
Applications close on the 25.05.2018
and can be emailed to - Neil:
n.lewis@…show email
or phone 08 8…show number
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Mesh Marketing, is a leading Marketing and experiential agency delivering daily on what we do best: engage. Much of our work is grounded in face to face customer experience, and at the heart of everything we do. 
We are a company investing in growth. We are passionate, entrepreneurial, ambitious and fun.
We are looking for enthusiastic and immaculately presented In-store demonstrators to sell Nespresso coffee machines in selected retail stores in Darwin.
The successful applicant will be outgoing, confident and mostly love coffee. Your main focus will be on sales and customer service, providing a powerful and lasting customer experience, alongside building a strong relationship with the store.
Applicants with the following will be highly regarded:
Passionate about coffee Determination, passion and drive for results Flexibility to travel using your own vehicle. Positive, friendly and proactive attitude Excellent communication skills Availability to work every Saturday and Sundays as well as over the Christmas period including weekends and extended trading hours.
Location: Darwin
Your hard work and commitment will be rewarded with an attractive hourly rate with full brand training to enable you to shine in this position.
If you are interested in joining our amazing team, we want to hear from you!
Please send your CV and a cover letter outlining your experience, skills, and why you're exactly who we're looking for to *****@meshmarketing.com.au + click to reveal
Please note only successful applicants will be contacted.
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Take your skills off the beaten track Rekindle your career Find a new adventure We're all about progress
We strive to enhance the social and economic development of our members giving primacy to their cultural heritage, dignity, and desire of equality with their fellow Australians.
We are the Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation (ALPA). We started in tin sheds in the early 1970s and have grown to become the leading operator of stores and provider of training and accounting services to Aboriginal communities throughout Australia's north with operations in 25 communities and over 1200 staff. We are also the service provider for the Community Development Program (CDP) in 2 regions and operate several social enterprises spanning construction, accommodation, mechanical repairs, homeland servicing, and furniture manufacture. We are proud of where we have come from and where we are going, and hold our financial independence and benevolent contributions back to our communities as paramount to our success.
Are you a born leader but someone who is also great with small details? Can you see the bigger picture? As well as this, do you pride yourself on your sensitivity to cultures that may differ to your own?
We have various positions available for Retail Store Managers, Duty Managers and Relief Managers. We are searching for people who have a desire to contribute and be a part of our incredible journey of successful Indigenous Enterprise. We are seeking couple and single applicants.
In this exciting and challenging role in a unique setting you'll be busy:
Promoting and upholding our values: this means great nutrition, safety, training and fair employment to all! Handling the day-to-day running of your store Overseeing stock management, store financials and general housekeeping Maintaining a positive relationship with the local community
You will love the opportunity to take real ownership of this role. You'll love the chance to immerse yourself in the local community and contribute to a thriving social enterprise.
You'll also love your seven weeks of annual leave, 11.5% superannuation and free, fully-furnished accommodation. These positions are located in various communities throughout the NT and far north Queensland.
To find out more please contact Monika Kaul Guha (HR Business Partner) at *****@alpa.asn.au + click to reveal. Please ensure you follow the link below to apply for this position.
Your application should include a covering letter that details your relevant skills and experience and an up-to-date resume.
All applications will be treated confidentially.
This is a unique opportunity to join a supportive team committed to progress. Don't delay - apply now!
To apply for this job go to "www.alpa.asn.au/current-jobs" & enter ref code: 4159745.
Applications close 04 June 2018
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Thrive Property NT is a small but fast-growing property management company based in Darwin. We are seeking to appoint a Senior Property Manager who will be responsible for the management and maintenance of our rental portfolio, building relationships with landlords and tenants, supervising staff and providing quality customer service to our clients.
As an enthusiastic self-starter you need to think ahead and anticipate future needs. We are seeking a professional who demonstrates integrity, is passionate, motivated, uses their initiative and is a strong and supportive team player, whilst being able to operate autonomously.
As a property manager your days will be kept busy conducting inspections, managing enquiries from prospective tenants and showing available rental properties. You will play a key part in building client relationships.  This position requires a self-driven personality: mature approach, highly organised, great communicator and well presented.
Key Duties and Essential Functions:
·       Maintain regular, close contact with current landlords and tenants
·       Carry out routine inspections, ingoing and outgoing condition reports
·       Take appropriate action against tenants in arrears in a timely manner
·       Accountable for reaching monthly KPI targets
·       Supervise and train property management staff
·       A great track record of providing outstanding service to clients
·       High level of organisation and time management skills
·       Trust accounting experience is essential
·       Current Certificate of Registration or License
·       Highly developed telephone, written and verbal communication
·       A reliable car and a valid driver's licence
·       Minimum of 3 years experience needed
This position is an excellent career opportunity if you are looking to grow both personally and professionally.  Salary and additional benefits will be commensurate with experience with excellent opportunities for the right person.
If you are interested in this position, please email your written Application with CV to:
Belinda Tennant, Director
*****@thrivepropertynt.com.au + click to reveal
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This vacancy is open only to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants, reflecting our commitment to the ABC's Reconciliation Action Plan, ABC Equity and Diversity Plan and the Equal Employment Opportunity (Commonwealth Authorities) Act 1987. 
Career Development Opportunity $57K - $62K p.a.+ choice of 15.4% super Darwin Location Working in isolated locations attracts allowances above the base salary rate
Working at the ABC
The ABC is the nation's most trusted and independent source of Australian conversations, culture, and stories. With over 4,000 employees from diverse backgrounds, located across over 50 locations around Australia and overseas, we are proud to create, curate and deliver high-quality programming that informs, educates and entertains Australian communities.
The ABC's a great place to work; we provide various opportunities for Indigenous staff, including attending the national Indigenous staff conference, activities during NAIDOC week, regular networking events and mentoring support.   You'll have a friendly and supportive environment to learn and grow in, with a vibrant, dynamic and cohesive team and a manager who will help you with any questions and give you regular opportunities to talk about your progress. You'll also have access to a network of Indigenous staff and support from the ABC's Indigenous Employment Manager. About the Role
ABC is seeking a Cataloguer/ Researcher to join the Archives team based in Darwin.  In this role you will be responsible for cataloguing digital content and maintaining data in in-house systems as well as researching and retrieving content for ABC News and ABC programs locally and interstate.
Working within the Archives team, you'll also assist with the selection of digital News content, management of library collections and training internal clients in searching and retrieving ABC content. 
About You
We are looking for someone who is technically savvy and experienced using a variety of databases, ideally in a Researcher/ Cataloguer capacity.
For the right person, we are happy to train you into this role, where you will have the opportunity to continue to develop as a Cataloguer/ Researcher.  In return, you must have previous information management experience, great attention to detail and customer service skills plus a willingness to learn and develop new skills.
If this sounds like you, we encourage you to submit your application.
For an overview of the role, please refer to the position description:  Cataloguer Researcher, Darwin - PD.docx
For more information on working at the ABC visit abc.net.au/careers
For further information contact Nina Reynolds, Coordinator, Archives & Libraries NT on *****77 + click to reveal
Recruitment Agency applications will not be accepted
Applications Close: 17 June 2018
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Our client is an FMCG giant who is extremely well known throughout the world. They have offices in multiple states nationally and provide outstanding career opportunities not just within the country, but also on a global level. Their deserving employees have been sent to work on projects within their offices in London, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur - If you're passionate and ambitious, rapid career progression is a reality here.
Right now, they have an opening for a territory manager to join their Darwin team. This is an exciting opportunity for the right individual to grow within a large organisation with market leading products and carve a long term career.
Role of Territory Manager
To manage a territory within the independent and grocery channel Develop and maintain strong relationships with existing accounts Drive new business opportunities Execute all brand and promotional strategies Merchandising Achieve budget Manage internal and external stakeholders
To be successful in this role you will have:
A strong background in sales, preferably FMCG but open to (retail/telecommunications/inside sales) Excellent communication skills A degree qualification An analytical and strategic approach to the way you do business A driven, positive and passionate attitude Commercial acumen and excellent communication skills
On offer is not only a terrific opportunity to join a growing business with a great culture but also the attraction of joining a company that enjoys promoting from within and can offer excellent career progression. An attractive remuneration package is on offer + 10% superannuation, 22 days annual leave and unlimited sick and carers leave.
About Randstad
Founded in 1960, we are now the second largest HR service provider in the world. Operating in Australia since 1988, through hard work, passion and a commitment to be the best, we are committed to matching the right people with the right company.
To apply in confidence for this position or for a confidential discussion, please hit the "Apply Now" button below or contact Sam Robinson on: *****@randstad.com.au + click to reveal or *****42 + click to reveal
At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
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Permanent sales job in Darwin. Working within FMCG, drive business and manage clients in Northern Territory.
Your new company
Operating within FMCG, this highly reputable organisation has a global presence. They encourage a good work/life balance, deliver strong financial results and provide competitive rewards accordingly. They are actively seeking a Sales Representative who will be based in Darwin. This is a permanent, full-time job and is immediately available.
Your new role
This is a field sales role which will require you to be ‘out and about’, liaising with clients, primarily from stores and retail outlets across Darwin, throughout the day. Your new role will have diverse responsibilities, including;
Analyse and interpret store specific data Engage in commercial conversations and negotiations Build and foster strong business partnerships with retailers Work with and support Account Managers to drive marketing strategies in key accounts Educate retailers on product and category knowledge

What you'll need to succeed
Ideally, you will have previous experience in a similar sales role. Furthermore, you will possess the following attributes;
Business Degree or 2-3 years’ experience in sales/marketing Ability to meet and exceed performance targets and execute good time and territory management Good organisational and administration skills in order to self-manage and develop discipline and be flexible and coachable Customer focus with comprehensive communication skills and the ability to express yourself verbally Resilience and initiative, with a ‘can do attitude’ A valid state Driver’s License and safe driving record

What you'll get in return
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a market leader. Salary package for this role will be $55-65k (base) + 13% super + tools of trade (vehicle + phone + laptop + iPad)
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now. For further information on this position, please call our Sales recruitment specialist, Killian on *****00 + click to reveal or email *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal.
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  Medical Liaison Officer - Darwin - Opportunity to join a newly developed dynamic team
- Field based autonomous role
- Opportunity for growth and development
 
Western Diagnostic Pathology (WDP) provides diagnostic pathology services to more than two million patients throughout Western Australia and the Northern Territory each year. We have 10 medical laboratories across the region, more than 200 collection sites, and a team of nearly 900 people who are dedicated to providing quality care to patients, and accurate and timely results to medical practitioners. We pride ourselves on our commitment to research, innovation, and continuous improvement.
 
We know that in order to deliver a superior service to patients and practitioners across western and central Australia, we need a passionate team of talented professionals who are committed to working with us to build strong relationships with medical practitioners by putting them, and the patients they represent, at the centre of everything we do.
 
As part of the recent expansion of our Business Development team an opportunity has arisen for a motivated Medical Liaison Officer to help service our GP and Specialist areas.  This role is based in Darwin in the Northern Territory but will require regular travel to the North West of Western Australia.  By embracing innovation, developing our people and celebrating success, we will lead our industry in delivering patient focused pathology services.
 
The Medical Liaison Officer will be responsible for fostering strong relationships with our referring practitioners and the promotion of new tests and services and identifying opportunities for growth. Whilst this is a full time position, Western Diagnostic Pathology will consider applications for suitable applicants wishing to consider the role on a part time basis.
 
To be successful in this role your background will demonstrate:
 
Experience in pathology or medical sales The ability to influence and negotiate with key stakeholders Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build rapport with people at all levels Sound business acumen with skills in identifying and focusing on acquiring new business The motivation and ability to “think outside the box” to grow your business in a highly competitive and constantly changing marketplace; and A collaborative approach and the desire to contribute to a strong team environment
 
This role reports to the Business Development Manager.
 
For further information or a confidential discussion, please contact Brendan De Glanville on *****19 + click to reveal.
 
Please submit all applications including a covering letter quoting reference number 26/18 and CV to *****@wdp.com.au + click to reveal
 
  Only people who have the right to work in Australia may apply for this position.
Employment at Western Diagnostic Pathology (WDP) may be subject to a satisfactory pre-employment medical assessment.
WDP is an equal opportunity employer.
 
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Well established Darwin based company. Position is Full Time and based in Darwin (FIFO arrangement will be considered).
 
​​​​​​​ISAS provides leading edge electrical and control system solutions, and has an established client base covering all of the Northern Territory and Western Australia.
Our services include Electrical Engineering Solutions and Service, Building Management Systems (BMS), Process Control Systems, Electrical Switchboard and Motor Control Centre Manufacturing, Sales of Industrial and Commercial Switchgear, VSDs, and Instrumentation.
 
We are seeking a highly motivated candidate who has:
Sound commercial experience The ability to work autonomously Excellent communication skills The ability to interact easily with new and existing customers A strong technical aptitude (essential)
 
The position requirements include:
Developing and maintaining professional relationships with customers, suppliers and key partners Generating sales leads with new and existing customers Following through with tender opportunities and submissions Exploring and developing strategies and opportunities for our products and services Delivery of promotional and technical presentations to customers Liaising with vendors to provide sales and reporting data Travel throughout the Northern Territory
 
Previous experience in one or more of the following areas is required:
Process / Analytical Instrumentation for water / waste water, and mining and petrochemical industries Variable Speed Drives HV systems, sales, planning / maintenance Electrical Switchboards / Motor Control Centres / Transportable MCC rooms
 
Salary package is negotiable.
 
Email your application, including Covering Letter and Resume to *****@isas.com.au + click to reveal
Attention:  Human Resources
Please note - only candidates who are short listed will be contacted.
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Our client wants an energetic bubbly candidate with proven store manager experience to come work for this popular ladies fashion brand. How cool to always work with the latest trends but at affordable prices and get to wear the product yourself!
To be considered for this awesome role you will need:
Store Retail Fashion Management experience minimum 1 year Ability to work and handle large amounts of stock A bubbly energetic attitude A high standard of customer service Visual merchandising skills Ability to recruit and train new team
In return, they will offer you a generous salary between $45k-$55k+s, Discounts on all your in-store purchases, the opportunity to grow within the company and work for a reputable brand.
Apply now to be in the running for this new role or for more information call Hollie on *****59 + click to reveal.
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Thamarrurr Development Corporation (TDC) is located in Wadeye, 420km south west of Darwin. TDC delivers commercial & selected government service activities within the Thamarrurr region, home to some of the best fishing & outdoor recreation opportunities in the NT.
We are currently looking for someone who is experienced in retail, preferably Australia Post. This role is based in the remote, but very busy community of Wadeye.
The environment is fast paced and requires awareness of cross cultural ways of working, excellent customer service skills, have the ability to think on their feet and experience in budget control.
Main duties include:
Build rapport with Australia Post stakeholders and maintain effective working relationship. Formulate pricing policies by reviewing merchandising activities, determining additional needed sales promotion and authorising clearance sales. Provide coaching on systems, up selling and customer service where required. Demonstrated understanding of cross cultural work practices to effectively coach and mentor a small team of indigenous employees in the retail space. Prepare annual mail services budget by forecasting equipment purchase and repair, labour costs and projected postage required; monitor sales projects and operations in regard to progress and cost. Provide end of month reporting on sale trends, stock loss and budget v actual targets. Implement strategies to reduce mailroom costs, cost savings programs and procedures to increase efficiency. Participate in setting goals and objectives for mail facilities and services. Ensure complaints regarding mail theft, delivery problems, and lost or damaged mail, filling out forms and making appropriate referrals for investigation are completed in a timely manner. Promote mail and retail services to the community by regularly providing information on services provided. Maintain a safe working environment in accordance with Workplace Health and Safety legislation.
To be successful:
Ability to be flexible as some Satruday work will be required NT C class manual drivers licence - or ability to obtain and maintain Northern Land Council Work Permit - or ability to obtain and maintain Police Check
Benefits:
2 year fixed term contract Subsidised accommodation 6 weeks annual leave including 17.5% leave loading Salary Sacrifice
How to apply:
Please click apply now or if you would like further information about this position, please email *****@thamarrurr.org.au + click to reveal