Divisional Commercial Manager


Job summary

Harrison Scott Associates
£60k to £80k pa (depending on experience)
Print Management
Contract Type:
Full Time
Expiry Date:

About the job

A forward thinking printing company is on the search for an ambitious and highly energetic individual to take on a key commercial management role within their print management division. 

This Divisional Commercial Manager role will aim to develop and execute commercial strategies that drive revenue, market share, and profitability. This role requires a strong combination of strategic thinking, market analysis and leadership skills to achieve and exceed business objectives through well defined commercial plans. You will be required to monitor and continuously drive the achievement of these commercial performance objectives in line with agreed overall strategy.   


A broad range of interaction will be required, with both internal and external stakeholders, balancing commercial returns through judicious pricing, operational efficiency, material optimisation through supplier negotiation, and good cost control to deliver profitability targets.


Main duties will include:

• Manage the Estimating and Commercial Analyst functions.
• Price estimates in conjunction with set price parameters
• Review and improve existing department methods of operation

• Analyse the supply chain and negotiate with vendors to obtain the best possible pricing
• Implement effective changes across the teams as necessary, working with the company’s MIS in support
• Communicate clearly across all areas of the business regarding commercial profitability and production capacity.

We are looking for someone also will show a dedication to maximising their own potential. You must be creative and able to think outside the box when it comes to challenging decision making.

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