Telesales Advisor required

by Simon Gee on 21 May 2019.

Salary: Basic plus commission

Location: Home-based

Hours: Full and/or Part-time position available.

UK Sires Direct is the marketing arm of UK Sire Services, the south Devon-based company founded in 2001 and the largest fully independent EU-licensed bull stud and semen store in the UK.

We are uniquely placed to offer semen from over 50 different dairy and beef breeds; these currently include many British-bred bulls and the very best imported dairy genetics supplied by GENEX in the USA, Inseme in Italy, OHG from Germany and Evolution of France. These premium suppliers give us a massive choice of the best genomic and proven sires that we feel meet the needs of British dairy farmers.

As we are increasing our business rapidly we require an enthusiastic, tenacious and adaptable telesales professional to join our team to sell this international, multi-breed portfolio of sires to farming businesses across Great Britain.

This is a home-based role so self-motivation is important. You will need to have the ability to assess and record farmers’ needs and provide them with appropriate recommendations. We will provide you with a database of existing customers and prospects, which you will have the opportunity to add to. There is no ceiling to the commission you will earn on sales.

Interest in and affinity for livestock farming is essential for this role and you’ll need to be prepared to share the ups and downs of the industry with your customers and prospects. Product knowledge is desirable, but full training will be given.

If you have sales experience and the desire we’re looking for, please apply in confidence by emailing your curriculum vitae and a covering message to Head of Sales Megan Povey at

Closing date: 20th June 2019

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