Apr 22, 2020: Cannavolve searching for Part-Time Central Alberta Territory Manager available to start immediately. 10-20 hours / week.
Qualified parties please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
THE TEAM: CANNAVOLVE
Founded on professional service standards and networks established in the Canadian beverage alcohol industry, by a team of executive level professionals with over 60 years of combined experience in beverage alcohol, consumer packaged goods and medical business sectors in Canada.
Cannavolve Inc. propels cannabis brands to mainstream success. A national cannabis specific sales agency to design and execute retail route-to-market strategy and build a foundation for retail success. First cannabis agency to open offices coast to coast: from Halifax, Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver. We supply our retail customers with an unequalled range of top quality Canadian cannabis adult use products across all categories from the most innovative companies in Canada.
THE JOB: TERRITORY MANAGER
Reporting to the Regional Sales Manager the Territory Manager is an entrepreneurial and results driven role. The Territory Manager will be responsible for developing, managing and executing their sales plan and, building community engagement activities. This is an exciting sales opportunity for a professional, collaborative self-starter who has great interpersonal skills.
This individual will be confident presenting one-on-one or to a small group and, can build strong customer relationships. The Territory Manager will be required to self-educate and stay abreast of the ever changing cannabis industry and will leverage this knowledge to influence decision makers at retail and internal team members. When developing community engagement programs the Territory Manager will need to operate within local and federal cannabis regulations.
WHAT SUCCESS LOOKS LIKE
Selling and Influencing
TERRITORY MANAGER: COMPETENCIES
Strategic Thinking (A)
Identifies and considers emerging development opportunities and risks when articulating new options and recommendations. Maintains a broad, strategic perspective while identifying and focusing on crucial details. Analyzes project inputs from various elements (e.g., budgetary, technical, compliance, policy) and correctly prioritizes issues and solutions in support of goal accomplishment. Conceives likely scenarios and recommends effective courses of action to others. Integrates input from sophisticated models and tools to predict outcomes and identify issues that may not be obvious to others.
Building Relationships (A)
Sets objectives necessary for obtaining feedback and assistance. Maintains effective communication. Shares ideas, issues, and opportunities with members of personal network. Seeks referrals from others with relevant expertise and influence. Attends and maintains relationships with relevant formal and informal professional groups and organizations.
Communication for Results (A)
Converses with, writes reports for, and creates/delivers presentations to all levels of colleagues and peer groups in ways that support problem solving and planning. Seeks a consensus with business partners. Debates opinions, tests understanding, and clarifies judgments. Brings conflict into the open empathetically. Explains the context of multiple interrelated situations, asks searching, probing questions, and solicits expert advice prior to taking action and making recommendations.
Leading to Deliver (B)
Encourages self-discipline and detail-based decision making. Seeks guidance on aspects of processes that are out of immediate scope. Makes decisions based upon all relevant details. Accepts responsibility for the effective delivery of service. Understands organizational goals, strategies and, how they align with and guide daily operations.
Valid driver's license, reliable vehicle, AGLC Qualified Cannabis Worker and SellSafe Cannabis Staff Training certificate is required.