We are looking for a Ecommerce Sales Operations Associate to support the ongoing growth of winery.ph, the premier retail wine ecommerce platform, and distributor of a boutique collection of global wines to high end restaurants, VIP customers and corporate accounts in the Philippines.
We’re looking for an experienced Sales & Marketing professional with the following skills:
You should also possess the following attributes:
For the right candidate we can offer:
To apply, please send a resume and a ½ page cover letter (essential) that outlines why you’re interested in the role, and what you can bring to email@example.com with subject line “Sales Ops Associate”. Role is based in Metro Manila and must be willing to work in San Juan.
Look forward to hearing from you!
** Note that ‘tick and flick’ applications direct from recruitment websites will not be entertained. If you do not take 20 minutes to think about this role, find out who we are and write a cover letter there is no chance of being hired.
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Winery Philippines (Winery.ph) curates and sells the best quality, value for money wines in the Philippines through our online wine marketplace, launched in 2017 by a group of passionate wine lovers, who wanted to drastically improve access to good quality wine for Filipinos.
We are pioneering the discovery of wine for the Filipino wine drinkers through our world class digital content and curation designed to empower our customers to discover wine, by providing easy to digest product information that is contextualised for the Filipino wine drinker.
Winery.ph is committed to democratising the wine category, making good wine affordable for more Filipinos, who can be put off by the prevailing high prices to ensure a quality bottle, or else resorting to cheap but mediocre options to avoid ‘selection risk’. Winery.ph by contrast does not list mass-produced, factory made wines, but instead focuses on lowering the prices of quality wines that might cost 10-20 USD abroad, and getting these to consumers in the Philippines for the same price.