Results are compiled from the complete database of live jobs advertised over the past 12 months. The salaries listed within the guide are for reference purposes only, and do vary in accordance with company size, industry, turnover etc. The salaries listed cover the minimum and maximum base salaries offered.
Again in 2008 the highest activity of sales roles advertised in any one sector was IT. Here is the order of industries showing the most activity in 2008 in the Irish jobs market.
IT Sales Jobs
Medical/Pharmaceutical Sales Jobs
Media/Print Sales Jobs
Auto/Engineering Sales Jobs
FMCG Sales Jobs
Finance Sales Jobs
Construction/Industrial Sales Jobs
The top 10 roles in demand, based on qty of roles advertised in 2008 were;
Business Development Executive B2B Sales
Field Sales Rep B2B Sales
Account Manager B2B Sales
Business Development Manager B2B Sales
Business Development Executive Medical / Pharma Sales
Business Development Executive IT Sales
Business Development Manager IT Sales
Account Manager IT Sales
Sales Representative IT Sales
Business Development Executive Media / Print Sales
SalesJobs.ie Salary Guide:
Business to Business Sales Guide
Sales Director / 76,000 - 111,000
Sales Manager / 58,000 - 80,000
Area Sales Manager / 50,000 - 67,000
Business Development Manager / 43,000 - 59,000
Field Sales Representative / 37,000 - 55,000
Retail Salesr / 37,000 - 47,000
Business Development Executive / 36,000 - 52,000
Telesales Executive / 25,000 - 34,000
Junior Sales Executive / 23,000 - 30,000
Sales Administrator / 28,000 - 42,000
Marketing Manager / 54,000 - 80,000
Marketing Executive / 23,000 - 31,000
Sales & Marketing Executive / 36,500 - 49,000
Recruitment Consultant / 43,000 - 60,000
Review the complete list on SalesJobs.ie website.
The IT sector remains quite healthy despite the recent threat of job losses. Facility service providers and renewable energy companies continue to hire staff as their sector continues a steady growth path despite the economic downturn.
Naturally we saw a large decline in the property and construction sectors advertising for staff, although technical sales reps remain high in demand.
The medical sales sector has continued also to grow in number of roles advertised and has surpassed the FMCG sector in number of jobs advertised overall in 2008.
We saw an increase of jobs advertised in the media sales sector largely due to the high demand for online marketing sales executives as more and more businesss compete for high search engine positioning and sales online.
The business sales executive role was highest in demand in 2008 with average salary offerings of 45k.
The figures stated represent the basic salary min max levels paid and do not include ancillary benefits such as bonus, car, car allowance, shares, pension as these may vary considerably according to company offers.
SalesJobs.ie is an online jobs board facility for companies and sales recruitment agencies to advertise sales roles across all industry sectors throughout Ireland. The above statistics have been compiled from our database of 2008 job advertisements from over 65,000 sales jobs advertised by over 475 companies and 75 recruitment agencies and show a true representation of salaries offered from a cross section of industries. SalesJobs.ie has over 20,000 visitors to the site each month and 15,000 registered sales jobs seekers to date.