The Manager of Non-Retail Sales directly supervises and coordinates activities of sales workers other than retail sales workers.
Primary Objectives of Manager’s of Non-Retail Sales:
- One of the primary objectives of the >Manager of Non-Retail Sales is to make sure that all sales workers who are non-retail are properly instructed on how to perform their job functions.
- The Manager of Non-Retail Sales performs duties such as budgeting, accounting and personnel work.
- The Manger of Non-Retail Sales keeps a close monitor on the sales staff to ensure that goals are met.
The Manager of Non-Retail Sales will plan and prepare work schedules, and assign employees to specific duties. This is necessary because many times these non-retail sales people are working out in the field which causes them to be traveling. The expense of traveling can really cut into the department budget that is why the Manager of Non-Retail Sales tries to coordinate the whereabouts of the sales people under their control. Travel expense is just one expense that can cost a department there are other expenses that can cut into the budget. The Manger of Non-Retail Sales often looks into all aspects of his department’s budget to help cut back on unnecessary things and still maintain a high quality department.
The Manager of Non-Retail Sales prepares sales and inventory reports for management and budget departments. The Manager of Non-Retail Sales provides staff with assistance in performing difficult or complicated duties. The Manager of Non-Retail Sales is responsible to attend company meetings to exchange product information and coordinate work activities with other departments. The Manager ofNon-Retail Sales needs to know what the other departments are doing in order to be able to send his sales crew out into the field and make sales. When new products are developed the sales crew will introduce the product to their regular customers and often get referrals that they might be able to sell the product too. The Manager of Non-Retail Sales often helps find new leads for the sales crew as well as provide sales tools to sell a new product.
The Manager of Non-Retail Sales confers with company officials to develop methods and procedures to increase sales, expand markets, and promote business. In order to do this they need to attend meetings and conferences keeping up-to-date with everything that is happening. The Manager of Non-Retail Sales coordinates sales promotion activities, and prepare merchandise displays and advertising copy. This helps increase sales and promotes the products for the outside sales representatives. In order to make sure that the product is well presented the Manager of Non-Retail Sales examines the merchandise to ensure correct pricing and display, and that it functions as advertised. The Manager of Non-Retail Sales examines products purchased for resale or received for storage to determine product condition. The Manager of Non-Retail Sales formulates pricing policies on merchandise according to profitability requirements. The pricing must be approved by the accounting department before it is officially placed on the product. The pricing is usually set after the Manager of Non-Retail Sales has all the important facts about cost in production, packaging, shipping and of course the cost to make the sale.
The Manager of Non-Retail Sales prepares rental or lease agreements, specifying charges and payment procedures for use of machinery, tools, or other items. The Manager of Non-Retail Sales analyze details of sales territories to assess their growth potential and to set quotas. The Manager of Non-Retail Sales directs and supervise employees engaged in sales, inventory-taking, reconciling cash receipts, or performing specific services such as pumping gasoline for customers. The Manager of Non-Retail Sales hire, train and evaluate personnel that work in their department. Also inventory stock and reorder when inventories drop to specified levels is part of the Manager of Non-Retail Sales. Farther, the Manager of Non-Retails Sales must keep records pertaining to purchases, sales and requisitions. The Manager of Non-Retail Sales also must visit retailers and sales representatives to promote products and gather information. The Manager of Non-Retail Sales must have good administration and management skills. They should have good knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and resources.