DIAGEO - Who are we?
The world's leading premium drinks company. Over 200 brands, old and new, large and small, global and local - the depth and breadth of our product portfolio is second to none, with brands sold in 180 countries, at almost every price point in every category. The success of Guinness®, Smirnoff®, Johnnie Walker®, Tanqueray® and many more led to the formation of Diageo in 1997. And we only thrive today because of the talent of our people to grow our brands, old and new, and keep them strong.
A diverse workforce is essential to our success as a multi-national, multi-cultural business. Our aim is to foster a culture that provides opportunities for all, through the variety of different personalities, experiences and perspectives, creating a stimulating and rewarding working environment.
By creating a truly inclusive workplace that recognises difference and diversity of thought, feelings and actions, we can allow our people to unleash the power of being themselves, always, to enable them to Celebrate Life, Every Day, Everywhere.
Who is the Quality Executive?
The Quality Executive is a crucial role within our field sales team. They are the face of Diageo - selling in, installing, maintaining and developing the draught equipment of our top selling beer brands: Guinness Draught, Guinness Draught Extra-Cold, Hop House 13, Guinness Golden Ale and Draught Pimm's.
The Quality Executive positively influences on trade customers to deliver Great Looking Great Tasting products on a consistent basis through structured sales presentations. They seek opportunities to grow our portfolio and value through creating 'Win-Win' situations for both the customer and Diageo within an assigned region.
This is a hands on technical and sales role! Just think, this person is behind the amazing experience our consumers have of our products, and makes sure that the quality of our draught beers is second to none!
What are the main tasks of the Quality Executive?
- Managing day to day proactive draught quality calls, dispense and emergency callout operations within the priority framework
- Proactively proposing efficiency and process improvements into the regional and national quality strategy
- Make sure all quality KPIs are met within the Central London territory
- Produce periodic reports on activities and performance
- Take advantage of brand growth opportunities to help develop, implement and deliver the total sales agenda for the territory.
- Live within the Central London territory
- Be at least 21 years old, and have a clean, valid driving license
- Demonstrate high service levels to customers
- Flexible working hours required
- Experience in sales is desirable, but a passion for it is a must!
If you're up for the challenge and want to grow in the largest spirits company in the world, then don't hesitate and apply now!