Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc. is seeking a qualified individual for a Regional Marketing Manager for South Texas
Responsible for all sales activities in assigned accounts and regions for Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc. Manage customer activity, conduct customer training and education programs. Grow sales volume with existing customers. Locate and convert prospects to customers. Grow product and service sales, increase the number of profitable customers, improve quality and quantity of customer’s purchases. Works closely with operations to ensure the quality and timely delivery of the Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc. product line takes place, while maintaining company-wide compliance with regulatory requirements. The position is responsible for increasing market penetration, evaluating market potential, pricing and bringing a high level of professionalism and knowledge to the efforts of the company. Adheres to and promotes Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc. values by performing duties in a manner that are consistent with being a team leader and supports the continued growth of the company. Functions as the key sales contact with regard to all Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc. products and services for the region.
· 2 plus years’ experience in Marketing
· Experience in the Funeral Industry a plus but not required
· Excellent verbal and written communications skills
· Some overnight travel required
Review of application packets will begin in one week; however applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please email resume and cover letter to Tausha Hammett at THammett@Wilbert.com
Wilbert Funeral Services Inc. is a precast concrete manufacturer and service provider to the funeral service, building trades and agricultural market places. Our manufactured products include burial vaults, monuments, lawn crypts, columbarium niches, septic tanks, retaining walls, storm shelters and miscellaneous agricultural precast products. With operations in 17 states, we are always looking for candidates who desire a career opportunity.
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