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Technical Sales & Marketing Specialist (Agri)

Closing Date : 2021-05-19
Closed : Yes
Van Schoor Gate, a leader in the design, production and distribution of top-quality animal equipment, gates, and fencing material, has the abovementioned position based in Philadelphia (between Durbanville and Malmesbury, Western Cape).

This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic self-starter with a willingness to learn. The ideal candidate is technically minded, takes initiative, has excellent interpersonal skills and wants to grow with the business in the long term.

The successful candidate will primarily be responsible for expanding Van Schoor's markets, new product development and marketing as well as building and maintaining strong relationships with clients. In addition, the candidate will also be involved in other aspects of the business such as scheduling, logistics, cost calculations, technical drawings, and production management.

Essential qualifications, skills and experience:
• A relevant tertiary qualification in agriculture/engineering or related discipline;
• At least 3 years’ relevant experience in agriculture/production on large scale livestock farms, including in a management capacity;
• Interest in steelwork/woodwork and mechanics;
• Fully bilingual (Afrikaans & English);
• Excellent computer skills (MS Office);
• Valid driver’s license;
• Willingness to travel.

Commencement date of duties: As soon as possible

In return for your experience and contribution, Van Schoor Gate offers a competitive remuneration package.

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Please apply online at before 09:00 on 19 May 2021.

For general enquiries, contact our team at M3 Human Capital Management on 021 863 1444.

Van Schoor Gate reserves the right not to make an appointment if the right candidate is not found.

If you don’t hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, please assume that your application was unsuccessful.