|National Service Business Manager|
NSW North Ryde
Application Close Date:
National Service Business Manager_NF.pdf (PDF, 451KB)
Toshiba Australia’s Electronic Imaging Division (EID) is growing. We’re expanding beyond our traditional Multi-Function Devices (MFDs) to provide our customers with innovative solutions that improve efficiency and effectiveness in their business operations.
We have a great opportunity for a National Service Business Manager to join our team at North Ryde. Reporting to the General Manager, this new position will oversee the profitability and operational outcomes of TAP EID “Direct” and Channel Partners, ensuring this is implemented through the utilisation and control of businesses and processes in order to drive an efficient and effective service model.
Key responsibilities include:
Please see the position description for a full list of responsibilities.
To be successful in this role, you will need to work effectively with customers and Toshiba team members across multiple departments and at various levels. Therefore, sound interpersonal skills, strong customer service orientation and a commitment to the Toshiba Values will ensure success.
Skills and experience required:
We offer a unique culture, one that enjoys the benefits of a large global technology corporation whilst concurrently having a strong commitment to our people. We acknowledge that it’s our team of passionate employees who make Toshiba the success it is today.
To attract the best, we offer a competitive salary package which includes product discounts, salary sacrifice, life and disablement insurance, discounted healthcare, Citibank discounts plus many more.
If you are looking to achieve a better quality of life, make Toshiba your next move and visit https://careers.toshiba.com.au to apply today. Applications close on the 24 of April 2017.
Committed to People. Committed to the Future. Toshiba.
No agencies please, Toshiba Australia has a preferred supplier agreement in place. Toshiba is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.