JUUL est une entreprise américaine dont le siège social est situé à San Francisco. La mission de notre entreprise est d'améliorer la vie de millions de fumeurs dans le monde en leur offrant une alternative de qualité à la cigarette.

Numéro 1 du marché américain de la cigarette électronique, JUUL arrive en France et recherche les meilleurs talents pour accompagner son incroyable croissance.

VOS MISSIONS :

Le rôle des Ambassadeurs JUUL est clé pour le lancement et le déploiement de JUUL en France et donc le succès de notre mission.

L’Ambassadeur JUUL aura pour responsabilité faire partager l’expérience exceptionnelle de notre produit en gérant l’animation des points de vente de sa région de rattachement (essentiellement tabacs).

Ses principales missions consisteront à :

  • Gérer et sélectionner la liste des points de vente à animer avec l’appui de sa hiérarchie
  • Organiser les plannings d’animation points de vente
  • Contribuer à la formation continue du personnel et à la vérification de la conformité des points de vente animés (assortiment, PLV, merchandising)
  • Faire découvrir JUUL à des fumeurs ou vapoteurs adultes fréquentant les points de vente                                                                                                                                                                    
  • Effectuer le reporting de son activité                                                                        

               

Le poste sera dans un premier temps rattaché au responsable marketing France et ses responsabilités pourront évoluer au gré du déploiement de JUUL en France.

VOTRE PROFIL :

Compétences

  • Excellent relationnel pour créer facilement du lien avec nos futurs clients
  • Capacité à gérer un grand nombre de points de vente de la région de rattachement
  • Forte curiosité, goût du défi et capacité à s’adapter à un environnement mouvant
  • Orienté résultat et faisant preuve d’autonomie

 

Expérience

  • Expérience conséquente en vente en magasin/animation sur le lieu de vente ou vente à domicile
  • Expérience dans la vente et/ou l’animation de produits issus du tabac, de la vape ou du jeu d’argent appréciée

Education

  • Bac+2 minimum
  • Permis B indispensable

CONDITIONS ET AVANTAGES :

Une entreprise où faire accélérer votre carrière. Nous vous aiderons à vous fixer des objectifs ambitieux… et à les dépasser

  • Salaire fixe attractif + variable sur objectifs
  • Téléphone mobile et ordinateur portable professionnels
  • Voiture de fonction

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