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Pourquoi travailler chez Krowmark?

Krowmark est une jeune entreprise dans la personnalisation textile, cependant elle a su s'imposer sur le marché et est en pleine expansion. Nous proposons des produits et services de qualité et une bonne atmosphère de travail.


Nous sommes toujours en quête de personne motivée, quelque soit votre expérience ou qualification.  Si vous pensez apporter un plus à notre entreprise, envoyez votre CV et lettre de motivation au Directeur Général,  Mark Ponsford: [email protected]

Offres du moment

UK Customer Account Manager / Sales

Krowmark Ltd are a well established workwear and uniform company based in Bognor Regis West Sussex. We supply around half a million garments a year to customers throughout the UK France and Germany. We pride ourselves on our quality of work and products and we are rated as 5 Star excellent on TrustPilot.

A position has become available within our UK sales team for an experienced Customer Account Manager / Sales to take over an extensive database of over 2700 customers and an additional 6700 contacts.

Day to day duties include dealing with existing customers enquiries, producing quotations, and closing those enquiries to a sale. In addition new enquiries from new customers are generated every day and these need to be dealt with efficiently with the goal of securing a sale.

All leads are generated by a separate marketing section and generally the only outbound calling is to follow up on enquiries, quotations and yearly enquiry anniversaries.

A bespoke designed sales management package keeps all customer and enquiry information in one place to aid your day to day sales work.

The ideal candidate will :-

Be able to focus on a customers requirements and make them feel confident in our company Be able to work efficiently on customers requirements and where needed be able to park current work / multi task when a “live call” comes in that needs attention at that moment Will have confidence in themselves to advise customers what is needed while not being seen as pushy or aggressive Have a very clear and polite telephone manner with very good written and spoken English Be able to work well alone but also provide support to other team members This role is a current active position but full handover training will be given and you will “hit the ground running” with daily enquiries and orders.

The position is 37.5 hours a week ( Monday to Friday 9-5:30 1 hour lunch ) with 23 days Holiday + bank holidays.

Salary is largely paid on a high basic with additional unlimited bonus and will be competitive based on your current experience and abilities.

Apply by email only to [email protected] with a covering letter explaining your current role and why you think this job would suit you and a current CV

Equal Opportunities

Krowmark Ltd is an Equal Opportunities employer.

Statutory obligations

The Sex Discrimination Act 1975 and the Race Relations Act 1976 proscribe discrimination in, among others, the spheres of employment and education, on grounds of sex (including gender reassignment) and marriage (in the case of the former Act) and on racial grounds(in the case of the latter Act). According to the Acts, there is direct discrimination where an individual, on the grounds of his or her sex or racial group, is treated less favourably than a member of the other sex or someone of a different racial group would be treated; there is indirect discrimination where a requirement or condition is applied (i) which is such that a considerably smaller proportion of persons of one sex or of the same racial group can comply with it than the proportion of persons of the other sex or not of that racial group who can comply; and (ii) which cannot be shown to be justifiable irrespective of the sex, colour, race, nationality, or ethnic or national origins of the person to whom it is applied; and (iii) which is to the detriment of the person concerned because he or she cannot comply with it. An example of indirect discrimination on grounds of sex might be a rule that applicants must be under a specified age.

It is also unlawful for an individual to be victimised for having brought proceedings under the Acts, or for giving evidence or information relating to such proceedings, or for alleging that discrimination has occurred.

The Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) and the Commission for Racial Equality (CRE), set up by the Acts to work towards the elimination of discrimination and to promote equality of opportunity, have both produced codes of practice on equal opportunities in employment which have been endorsed by Parliament. The codes do not have the force of law, but they can be brought in evidence in employment tribunals.

The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA) introduced measures to prevent discrimination against disabled people in employment, in the provision of goods and services, and in buying and renting land and property. The DDA defines a disabled person as a person with ‘a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on their ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities’. A Disability Rights Commission (DRC) has been created under the DDA with similar functions to those of the EOC and CRE. Guidelines on the implementation of the DDA have been issued by the Government, and our code of practice is consistent with these guidelines.

The Human Rights Act 1998 incorporates the European Convention of Human Rights into UK law. Article 8 guarantees the right to respect for private and family life and Article 14 prohibits discrimination on any reasonable ground (which will include sexual orientation).


The policy and practice of Krowmark Ltd is that all employees are afforded equal opportunities within employment and that entry into employment with Krowmark Ltd will be determined only by personal merit and the application of criteria which are related to the duties of each particular post and the relevant salary structure. In all cases, ability to perform the job will be the primary consideration. Krowmark Ltd is fully committed to the principle of equal opportunities in recruitment and employment and opposes all forms of unlawful or unfair discrimination including those on the grounds of:

  • Age
  • Disability
  • Ethnic or national origin
  • HIV status
  • Marital status
  • Nationality (including citizenship)
  • Race
  • Religion
  • Sex
  • Sexual orientation