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Brand Manager, Exeter, Helston Garage Group

Published 2022-10-02
Expires 2022-11-02
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Brand Manager, Exeter, Helston Garage Group
United Kingdom, Devon, Exeter,
Published October 2, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Brand manager


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Are you an effective Retail Sales Manager looking for the next step in your career? If so, we are now recruiting for individuals like you! Westerly MINI Exeter are looking for an experienced motor trade professional to join the business as the Brand Manager.

What can we offer you?
Highly competitive salary and bonus scheme
Workplace pension (salary exchange option)
Life insurance
22 days holiday plus bank holidays
Cycle to work scheme
Refer a friend reward
Discounted products & servicing
Car ownership scheme
Responsibilities:

To increase sales, profit and finance penetration. The MINI brand is iconic and its popularity has never waned so you will need the desire and drive to ensure that the Sales and Service teams have the tools and support to attract new custom and improve customer retention. You will inherit a challenging dealership which has much potential for the future. There is scope for diversity in this position so a flexible outlook, wide ranging skillset and 'a can do' attitude are key to absolute success.



The Candidate:
Proven leadership and Management ability
Brand Manager (any brand) accreditation would be advantageous
Solid F&I understanding
Presentation skills
Personable with integrity
Customer centric


The Company

Helston Garages Group are one of the 25 largest dealer groups in Britain and the largest in the South West, with 38 franchise dealerships providing customers throughout Cornwall, Devon, Somerset and Dorset with high-quality new and used cars and vans generating a turnover in excess of £600 million and representing a range of franchises including Westerly BMW & MINI, Kastner Volvo, Helston VW, Truscotts Peugeot, Carrs Skoda along with Jaguar Land Rover, Audi, Porsche, Maserati, Ferrari and Select Used Vehicle branches.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join one of the top 25 dealer groups in the UK. If you feel you have the skills, aptitude and attitude for the role then please click 'apply'.

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    Brand Managers are responsible for the creation and implementation of marketing and communication activities for a brand. Brand Managers may manage a portfolio of products for which they build brand awareness and improve market share.


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