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Friday, 5 February 2016

Job Opportunity Coca-Cola Kwanza Ltd Deadline 17th February, 2016

COCA-COLA KWANZA LIMITED
CAREER OPPORTUNITY

JOB TITLE: SALES & MARKETING TRAINING MANAGER

Coca-Cola kwanza Limited of Dar es Salaam, is part of the only anchor bottler in Africa, (Coca-Cola Sabco) in the Coca-cola Company`s global franchise system. As a multinational company dealing in fact moving consumer products, we strive to maintain world class standards in every aspect of our business. In addition, we are also committed to train and develop Tanzania citizens and to this end we require the services of high caliber Tanzanians to provide a leading edge to our business in Tanzania.

Coca-Cola Sabco Tanzania requires the services of a Sales & Marketing training manager, to oversee its territories. The incumbent will directly report to the respective Route to Market Manager.

Key Responsibilities

Train & coach sales force i.e. Area Sales Managers, Account developers, key distributors, Coca-Cola distributors, Presellers, stock controllers, managers and owners of different programs, Develop weekly and monthly trainings/coaching timetables, keep training records and compile monthly training reports, Manage and maintain the sales business school and calendar.

Job Requirements

A minimum of a Bachelors Degree in any other related field, excellent communication skills in English and Swahili, planning, organizing and controlling, leadership and project, management skills, problem solving (sales & marketing), customer focus, numerical skills (financial), assertiveness, time management, be able to work within a team and demonstrate high integrity and honesty work ethics.

Teaching/training experience will be an added advantage.

Interested applicants to send their applications, reference SMTM0216 to:
Human Resources Officer
Coca-Cola Kwanza Ltd
P.O.BOX 7813
DAR ES SALAAM

OR

Email: saugustine@tz.ccsabco.com

Only successfully candidates shall be contacted.

Closing date for all applications: 17th February, 2016

Source: The Guardian 4th February, 2016