Acosta

Training Director

US-AR
Job ID
2018-140970
Work City
Bentonville
PCN
199649
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Zip
72712

Overview

The Director is responsible for the coordination and development of the training for internal and client's Retail Sales and Merchandising Organization for the United States.

Responsibilities

  • Lead, manage and coach activities of the Manager of Training Development and Lead Trainers to ensure the training objectives of the company and clients are achieved.
  • Exhibit high proficiency in performance of responsibilities to include the development of training materials in the organization to drive performance of client’s fresh operators.
  • The incumbent will develop a relationship with client's Fresh Operations/Training and Development teams to provide training plans by utilizing knowledge of the customer and client’s SOP’s and KPI’s to assist in teaching and training. 
  • The Director will achieve goals and results at the lowest possible cost while maximizing revenue, develop relationships and serve as Acosta's primary point of contact on training-specific issues (i.e. Teamleader training, Fresh Assistant Manager training, Club Manager and Fresh Market Manager training).

Qualifications

  • Qualified candidates must have a college degree and 3-5 years experience in marketing, sales and/or other industry related functions.  Prior experience must demonstrate a proven track record in sales along with the ability to successfully manage and direct others. 
  • Technical skills must include proficiency in a variety of software packages used to support the sales function, including MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

 Acosta Sales & Marketing is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 

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