Yamaha Motor Canada, Toronto, ON, has posted three job openings. The company is searching for a Part and Accessories Sales Manager for Alberta, a District Sales Manager for Alberta, and a bilingual Customer Relations Coordinator for its Toronto head office.
Key responsibilities of the Parts and Accessories Sales Manager include increasing Yamaha's parts and accessories sales through sales and marketing programs. The ideal candidate will be expected to maintain communication with Yamaha dealers and staff. He or she should be prepared to travel approximately four days a week to ensure dealers are contacted at least once per month and visited at least every 90 days. Territory top 20 percent dealers must be visited every 30 days. Other job related tasks includes communicating pertinent information on a timely basis; coordinating sales campaigns with field sales and service staff; increasing dealer product knowledge through presentations, training on computer systems, educating on merchandising and POP displays and outlining GYPA product features; and providing P&A support at consumer and trade shows. Applicants should have five to seven years of related experience; excellent organization, communication and computer skills; extensive knowledge of Yamaha products and dealership experience; and be willing to work weekends and evenings as required.
The District Sales Manager (DSM) – Alberta position requires someone who can achieve dealer network targets by maintaining or replacing existing dealers and appointing new ones. The DSM will also be expected to maintain communication with Yamaha dealers and head office, complete weekly and monthly reports on territory sales and market analysis, and work with the Parts and Accessories sales team to ensure corporate sales targets are met. Applicants should have five to seven years of related experience; excellent organization, communication and computer skills; an extensive knowledge of Yamaha products and related dealer experience; and the willingness to work weekends and evenings as required.
Expectations for the Customer Relations Coordinator position includes responding to customer complaints and inquires in French or English, and responding to letters from government, law firms and customer protection agencies. The job also entails communication with internal company departments and with dealers, and the documentation and maintenance of Customer Relations files. Necessary qualifications include two to three years experience, the ability to speak French and English, good organization, communication and customer relation skills, and excellent computer skills.
Potential candidates should forward a copy of their resume with cover letter and salary expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org.