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Territory Representative, Edmonton, Edmonton, Ecolab

Published 2022-06-29
Expires 2022-07-29
ID #1065382213
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Territory Representative, Edmonton, Edmonton, Ecolab
Canada, Alberta, Edmonton,
Published June 29, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Territory representative, edmonton


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Join Ecolab’s, Global Food Retail Services Team as a Territory Representative in the Edmonton, Alberta market and see why Ecolab is on Fortune magazine’s list of “The World’s Most Admired Companies”. The Territory Sales Representative opportunity delivers a comprehensive cleaning and food safety program developed specifically for the food retail industry, partnering with our customers to identify food safety risks and help prevent the spread of foodborne illnesses.

The Territory Sales Representatives manage a territory of customers in the food retail sector and are responsible for the following: growing sales and retaining existing customers by providing service excellence, gaining new sales through new products and new customers, and providing customers training on food safety and sanitation through high quality surveys and audits.

What’s in it For You:

Receive a company vehicle for business and personal use along with a smart phone and tablet computer
Enjoy a robust paid training program allowing you to learn from subject matter experts with proven success
Plan and manage your schedule in a flexible, independent work environment that allows you to excel
Carve out a long term, advanced career path in sales or other areas within Ecolab

What You Will Do:

Completes food safety audits based on the customer’s required visit frequency (monthly or quarterly) and evaluates each department for compliance
Facilitates the sale of Ecolab products by making suggestions for improvements with existing products and new innovations
Installs and maintains equipment and collateral to ensure proper function and appearance
Complete the Serv-Safe/SuperSafeMark and CP-FS training and become certified
Develop and enhance existing relationships with customers while working independently and maintaining your own schedule

We are looking for candidates who will reside within  Edmonton, ON and willing to travel surrounding areas including up to Cold Lake, Lloyminster and Camrose with 4-5 overnights per month along with weekend coverage every 12 weeks.

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Diploma
1 year of work or relevant military experience
Ability to lift and carry up to 50 lbs.
Availability for up to 20% overnight travel
Must have the flexibility to handle emergency calls at night, during the weekends and on holidays based on customer needs
Must have a valid driver’s license and acceptable Motor Vehicle Record
No Immigration Sponsorship available

Preferred Qualifications:

1 year of professional experience in a foodservice, hospitality or grocery environment
Previous business to business value-add sales experience
Mechanical ability (plumbing, electrical and/or mechanical experience) and problem solving skills to troubleshoot and repair equipment and dispensing systems

About Ecolab Food Retail Services:

Join a team of experts that provides 23.2 million food safety and compliance observations annually through audits and training. Ecolab’s Food Retail Services division specializes in solutions and expertise that help improve food safety compliance and deliver profitable growth to grocery stores, convenience stores and supermarkets. We serve as an extension of our customers’ food safety teams throughout the world, protecting their brand reputation.

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    Ecolab
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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