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Looking to kickstart your career in a sales manager job? Or maybe you’re already working and want to make a switch? Either way, you don’t have to worry about finding your ideal role; YoungCapital has all the best and latest sales manager jobs with the UK’s top employers. Best of all, we’ve gathered them all on this page with easy-to-use filters, to make it as simple as possible for you to find your perfect match. From Glasgow to Bristol, you’ll find sales manager jobs in multiple industries that suit what you’re looking for. So, don’t delay; sign up with us to make your search for a sales manager job a breeze.

What are sales manager jobs?

It’s the sales manager’s job to oversee the sales team and make sure they’re hitting all of their targets. The manager also has to set the targets, as well as hire and train the people on their team – a lot of responsibility! Luckily, there are different ways you can take on a sales manager position. The majority of people will likely get a full-time job in sales management, working the usual 9-5. You can get a job as a car, account, or regional sales manager, and rake in the cash. But, if you’re not quite ready to take the plunge, you can also get a part-time job as a sales manager. Many smaller companies only need someone a few days of the week to keep things running, so if you’re looking to build up experience without committing to a full-time gig, this one’s for you. If you want something that’s flexible and varied, why not have a look at a remote sales manager role? In this job, no two days look the same. You could be taking care of business from your sofa in a work-from-home position, or out on the road attracting new clients. Whatever kind of work style you’re after, you can find them all on this page, so start browsing now!

You may still be thinking ‘is sales manager a good career for me?’ Well, we haven’t even talked about salary yet. The average pay for a sales manager job can fall anywhere from £40,000-£50,000, but that does depend on your level of expertise and experience. An entry-level position can start as low as £35,000, but you can work your way up the ladder over time. The biggest perk of the job has to be commission, though. Many companies offer a bonus on top of your regular salary when you land a sale, and it’s usually proportionate to how much the account is worth. This means a sales manager is a pretty high-paying job, when you factor in the potential bonuses you could earn. Sounds like something you’d be interested in? Start looking through all our sales manager jobs today.

Best places to get a sales manager job

Wondering where the biggest hubs for sales manager jobs in the UK are? Let us run you through some of the hotspots. Big cities with a lot of business and trade are obviously going to have a lot of opportunities in the area. Sales manager jobs in London are super common, as it’s the commerce capital of the UK. Other metropolitan cities have a lot of options too; have a look at some sales manager jobs in Manchester and Birmingham, to see what we mean. Not a fan of living in a busy, bustling city? Don’t worry, you’ll also find plenty of vacancies in smaller cities and towns. We have sales manager jobs in Nottingham and Leicester, which are popular choices too. Basically, no matter where you’re looking, you’ll find sales manager jobs that’ll pique your interest. Don’t believe us? Start looking for yourself.

How to get a sales manager job near me

Still struggling to find a job that’s located near to you? Don’t worry, let us run you through the YoungCapital search method. To find sales manager jobs in your area, simply add your city or town into the search bar, and you’ll be presented with vacancies within a certain distance from there. For example, for sales manager jobs in Liverpool or in Edinburgh, just add ‘Liverpool’ or ‘Edinburgh’ as a keyword. There are also filters for other categories, like education level, type of employment, and distance from town, to really help narrow down your search. You can even sort the page by when the vacancy was posted, so you always see new sales manager jobs first. We couldn’t have made it any easier, so the rest is up to you. Ready, set, go!

FAQs about sales manager jobs:


Where can I hear about new sales manager jobs?

By setting up email alerts when you create your account, you can have all the latest sales manager jobs sent right to your email.

When will I hear about my application for a sales manager job?

We always try to get back to you within a week of you applying for a sales manager job. You can track your progress in your profile, or get in touch if you’re really worried.

Can I get an entry-level sales manager job with no experience?

Absolutely! There are plenty of sales manager jobs for recent graduates, people new to the field, or just about anyone who’s interested in starting out.