Job - Sales Director, China Unicom (Hong Kong) Operations Limited
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China Unicom (Hong Kong) Operations Limited

China Unicom (Hong Kong) Operations Ltd is a member of China Unicom that provides telecommunication services in Hong Kong. To cope with our development, we would like to invite high caliber candidates to apply for the following position:

Sales Director

Job Ref.CT3106914-01#0095

Responsibilities:

  1. Able to work under fast paced and dynamic working environment
  2. Prepare sales report and formulate sales strategy of each account
  3. Motivate team members to meet sales targets
  4. Manage the services from end to end to present a differentiated privilege and experience to the customer
  5. Ad hoc projects may be required

Requirements:

  1. University degree or above in Business Management or other related disciplines
  2. 5+ years solid experience in telecommunication industry with at least 3 years of management experience
  3. Energetic, strategic, passionate and customer driven
  4. Strong communication & leadership skills
  5. Proficient in English is a must, knowledge in Putonghua will be an advantage 

We offer 5-day week, attractive remunerations, benefits and career development opportunities to the qualified candidates. Interested parties please send your resume (in both English & Chinese) with expected salary by email at hk-hr@chinaunicom.cn

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  • Dental plan
  • Discretionary bonus
  • Medical plan
  • Paid overtime
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