Regional Manager - Midlands & NW

Published:  10 June, 2016

The BMF is the leading Industry body that represents and protects the interests of Builders Merchants and Suppliers to the Merchanting Industry. Membership has grown by over 60% over the last 3 years and we now represent 520 Member companies who have sales in excess of £18 billion and employ just under 100,000 people in the sector.

Due to the continued growth of the BMF we are now looking for a Regional Manager to look after the Midlands and North West.

This position, reporting directly to the Managing Director, is home based and is responsible for dealing directly with all merchant and supplier members in the Midlands and North West of England. The prime responsibility of the role will involve the setting up and running of Regional meetings and the selling of training programmes and other related services to members. Other roles include recruiting new members, dealing with member enquiries and assisting on membership renewal and chasing subscription payments.

The role will require travel to Members premises, BMF’s Head Office in Coventry, the London office and other major Industry events.

The position will be 4 days a week.

To be successful in this role you will need to have a strong background within the building materials industry and previous experience of either working in, or selling to builder’s merchants. A “can do” attitude is essential and we are looking for someone who has a positive outlook to life, is self-motivated and pro-active and has a real determination to drive the BMF forward with continued membership growth and engagement.

Salary is negotiable and will be dependent on commercial experience.

Please send a covering letter and your CV to : Neil Holloway, Holmes Noble

Tel: 0121 779 0864 e:

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