• Dealer Business Specialist

    Job Locations US-TX-Houston
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(5/9/2018 4:35 PM)
    ID
    2018-41020
    Category
    Fuels
  • Overview

    Position is an entry level position with a step up to Dealer Business Consultant (DBC) position. Position will be responsible for 20-25 dealer locations (vs. typical DBC 35-50 accounts). Responsible for territory P&L results.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Serve as contact point for dealer personnel. Continuous Support for Dealers through management of training initiatives and monthly location visits.
    • Provide guidance of Environmental and Government Regulatory requirements.
    • Management of fuels to Customers.
    • Assist in overseeing daily retail operations pertaining to fuel.
    • Responsible for the implementation of marketing plans and the development/maintenance of fuels pricing strategy.
    • Site maximization via profit center analysis and ensuring the brand standards are upheld through the consistent application of core values via monthly audits at all locations
    • Directional support of vendors for maintenance.
    • Grow and manage the dealer relationship for a larger network of accounts, allowing for optimization of manpower requirements.
    • Development of new business opportunities
    • Develop unbranded business.
    • Analyze financial proformas Conduct Store Evaluations
    • Learn the business through developing sales and consulting skills through mentorship with Dealer Business Consultant and Market Manager 

     

    Qualifications

    • Education: Bachelors/4 Yr Degree

    • Experience: 2-3 Years, Wholesale Fuels. Team Leader/Project Management skills preferred.

    • Strong interpersonal skills.

    • Ability to adapt and acquire new skill sets.

    • Retail experience preferred.

    • Strong analytical decision making abilities. 

    • In-depth industry knowledge preferred.

    • Internal Posting Dates: 5/9 - 5/22

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