This business is a recognised and established leader, with a demonstrable track record in engineering excellence. From their UK manufacturing base they supply a global filtration market of over 90 countries Through listening to their customers, keeping an open mind and, most importantly, investing heavily in their people, they continuously push forward and endeavour to improve processes, product quality and services across the world. Now looking to strengthen its commercial team with the acquisition of a best in class Product Manager to spearhead the development of a new range for applications in the medical, pharmaceutical and food and beverage sectors.
What You Will Be Doing
- Drive and develop the business case for new products
- Specifying market requirements and thorough analysis of market conditions
- Creation and delivery of strategies for product pricing, profitability, volume, mix, positioning and market share improvement
- Manage & develop the product portfolio, supporting the development of product strategies and roadmaps
- Lead the execution of product strategies including positioning, segmentation, and channel proposals to the sales team
- Provide high-level technical assistance in pre-sale activities
What You Will Bring
- 3-5 years of experience in engineering or field sales within a technical/manufacturing environment – ideally process filtration
- Degree educated in an engineering or scientific discipline
- Entrepreneurial, with all-round communication skills who can interact and collaborate effectively
- A strong track record in overseeing projects with the ability to manage multiple priorities
- Ability to work in a complex and fast-moving business environment with strong analytical and data management skills
- An entrepreneurial individual who can interact, influence, and collaborate effectively
The best part of this is, if you are successful in getting the job, we guarantee that you are going to love it. Why? For every 100 people we recruit, 96% are still with their company 12-months later, and 94% are still there 2-years later. That speaks for itself.