The Regional Manager is responsible for the administration and efficient operation of managing full service branches within his or her assigned region, including operations, lending, product sales, customer service, and security and safety in accordance with the Bank's objectives.
Develop calling plans with each officer to take advantages of competitive strengths within each market; establish and maintain relationships with key community leaders and achieves a significant presence in the community to promote the Bank.
Establish and maintain relationships with key community leaders and achieves a significant presence in the community to promote the Bank; provide Senior Management with reports, feedback and areas of opportunity with the region.
In this role, the selected candidate will analyze and dissect the market as it relates to market share, penetration and growth opportunities and develop an annual tactical plan to meet sales targets and corporate objectives.
The successful candidate will be responsible for generating end user demand with small to mid-sized enterprise/commercial accounts, educational institutions, and state & local agencies through face to face sales calls as well as building and managing VAR and Strategic partners in the region.
Consultative selling and promotion of products within customer segments in assigned territory through communicating with medical practitioners, dietitians and nurses. Plans and conducts programs and activities (in-services, continuing health education programs, regional meetings, etc.) that will drive growth of brands and products in territory.
Responsibilities include territory management, canvassing new opportunities, territory growth, customer service, and the ability to build relationships and develop new business through face-to-face interaction with our existing customer base as well as new customer prospects.
Plan, organize, schedule and conduct assessments of branches, work areas, and equipment. Monitor site conditions, practices, and procedures for compliance with health and safety (OSHA) requirements and PCG.