Ph impetus is an established, successful and growing automotive consultancy and business services provider, specialising in aftersales and dealer network development support to vehicle manufacturers in the UK and continental Europe.
Reporting directly to the UK, Parts and Accessory Director of a major European vehicle manufacturer the role will have two primary areas of responsibility:
1. Ownership of ‘cross-breeder’ transactions
2. Development and delivery of marketing programmes to grow revenue on selected products via the UK franchised dealer network
The position will be primarily office based, (M4 corridor), accompanied with frequent travel nationally to selected franchised dealers and occasional international travel.
To fulfil this role you will need to have extensive commercial experience of automotive aftersales. In particular, the parts channel. Experience is most likely to have been gained through commercial responsibility for business development within a national parts distributor and/or vehicle manufacturer aftersales operation. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate:
Commercial understanding of the competitive environment
Proven ability to develop and deliver marketing programmes in support of revenue and profit generation
Ownership for the achievement of business objectives without the need for significant management direction
Excellent communication, negotiating and analytical skills
Credibility with senior management able to inspire confidence and respect
Education to degree level (or equivalent)
High levels of verbal, written and numeric reasoning
Additional experience gained within a franchised dealer, group parts operation or national parts distributor on procurement decisions would be an advantage.
Please send your CV together with a supporting letter including full details of your current remuneration to: Denise Wheatley, Administration Manager, ph impetus, Villiers House, Clarendon Court, Clarendon Avenue, Leamington Spa, CV32 5PR or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 25 November 2005