Territory Sales Manager – The Americas
The oil and gas industry’s leading media provider Gulf Energy Information is seeking a bright, motivated and enthusiastic sales manager to sell sponsorship, thought leadership and advertising for Petroleum Economist.
Working from Gulf Energy Information's headquarters in Houston, TX the new Sales Manager will manage existing accounts and win new business in the Americas by providing access to marketing solutions via Petroleum Economist’s print and digital and event product offerings.
You will report into the Commercial Director of Petroleum Economist based in the London office, and will be expected to provide weekly sales reports and updates.
Educated to degree level, you must also be trained in sales techniques, with a proven ability to negotiate and close. An understanding of the media and the benefits of different advertising formats is also essential.
Strong verbal and written communication skills are a core requirement of this role. The successful candidate will be target-driven, self-motivated and intelligent. The ability to also speak and write in Spanish would be an advantage.
The successful candidate will:
Sell digital and print display advertising predominantly by phone and local client meetings, but with some international travel expected.
Sell a new suite of lead generation products, such as whitepaper reports and webcasts.
Sell content marketing and thought leadership solutions; sponsored reports and energy maps.
Maintain and develop their client base to maximize revenue across the Petroleum Economist portfolio, including our Country Conferences.
Understand and communicate the needs of the advertiser base in order to assist with new product development and have experience in portfolio selling.
The candidate will be paid a competitve salary, plus commission structure, along with excellent Company benefits and paid vacation.
To apply, send your CV to our Commercial Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
About Petroleum Economist
Petroleum Economist has been publishing since 1934 and goes beyond the headlines, giving our subscribers essential insights into the underlying shifts in the politics and markets that can precipitate a major change in their companies’ commercial strategy, whether state-owned or privately held.
In an age of free information, decision-makers will always need impartial, reliable and rigorous sifting of fact from fiction and solid analysis of the most important data, presented in a way that makes it quick to absorb. They will find all this in Petroleum Economist.