Manager Government Sales Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Manager Government Sales in United States

The average salary of a(n) Manager Government Sales in United States is $116,339.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Manager Government Sales in United States is $55.93.

The average bonus of a(n) Manager Government Sales in United States is $14,252.00.

Job Description:

Manages, develops, and controls program for government sales of equipment, materials, products, or services. Establishes effective business contacts with government agencies to establish volume potential, price schedules, discount rates, and shipping schedules. Negotiates contracts with government, and requests amendments to or extensions of contracts within authorized limits. Assigns sales territory to sales personnel. Prepares bids, process specifications, test and progress reports, and other exhibits that may be required. Examines estimates of material, equipment, and production costs, performance requirements, and delivery schedules to ensure completeness and accuracy. Coordinates sales distribution by establishing sales territories, quotas, and goals, and advises dealers and distributors concerning sales advertising techniques. Analyzes sales statistics to formulate policy and to assist dealers in promoting sales. Reviews market analyses to determine customer needs, volume potential, price schedules, and discount rates, and develops sales campaigns to accommodate goals of company. Directs product simplification and standardization to eliminate unprofitable items from sales line. Prepares periodic sales report showing sales volume and potential sales. May analyze and control expenditures of division to conform to budgetary requirements. May advise planning and production departments of contractual rights and obligations. May act as liaison between company and subcontractors. May recruit, hire, train staff, evaluate employee performance, and recommend or initiate promotions, transfers, and disciplinary action. Less

Manages, develops, and controls program for government sales of equipment, materials, products, or services. Establishes effective business contacts with government agencies to establish volume potential, price schedules, discount rates, and shipping schedules. Negotiates contracts with government, and requests amendments to... More

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