Hiring – Sales Manager, South India

Hiring – Sales Manager, South India

Job Title: Sales Manager, South India

Department / Group: Sales

Qualification: MBA (Marketing) with B.E. / B. Tech. –  Mechanical or relevant work experience

Experience: 6+ years of work experience

Age: Not applicable

Communication Skill: Excellent written and verbal communication – English & Hindi

Specific Industry Experience: Preferred work experience from Engineering Industry

Computer Skills: MS Office, ERP


Personal Competencies:

  •  Strong network with capacity to identify opportunities and follow them up
  • Negotiation skills
  • Leadership & decision making
  • Self-motivated with result driven approach


Technical Competencies:

  • Communicate technical details to non-technical personnel
  • Analyze and solve problems
  • Understanding of standard management practices
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, multi-cultural environment


Position Type: Full Time

Job Category: Technical / Non-Technical

Location of Job Posting: Remote; either from Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad or relevant South India location


Job Description: Role and Responsibilities:

  1. 1. Knowledge of Market Developments and Trends.
  2. 2. Traveling to client locations when necessary.
  3. 3. Creating relationships, following up, and engaging with clients to generate project opportunities
  4. 4. Good understanding of the South Indian market of suppliers to the Automation, Extraction, and Process industries.
  5. 5. Travel within South Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Kerala.
  6. 6. Monthly visit to Pune to update on sales forecasts, understand new product offerings.
  7. 7. Interaction with Project Department to verify technical and commercial aspects of requirement and check if it is new/repeat enquiry.
  8. 8. Interaction with Design Department and verification of the parameters suggested to client prior to submit the quote.
  9. 9. Standardization of quotations, costing, and revisions as per client requirements.
  10. 10. Leading negotiations and obtaining Purchase Orders.



Note: Submit your resumes at: [email protected] with CTPL/HRDS/SAMA/2020/12/Sales-Manager-South-India as the subject line


Company Contact Info:

Address: Gat no 365, Mutha Road, Opposite Indo-German Technology Park, Village Urawade, Pune, Maharashtra 412108.

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +91 20 6790 9600


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