About the Job: The Demand Creation Representative is responsible for quality assurance for merchandising, product placement and point-of-sale marketing for the Kiss, Mojo and Lydia contraceptive brands (condoms, pills, and related products), at retail outlets nationwide.Responsibility include (but are not limited to):▶︎ Optimize the display of DKT's brand products, based on brand guidelines▶︎ Checking POSM installation at drugstores and convenience stores, based on the route plans assigned by the Brand Manager, taking action to improve it wherever possible▶︎ Checking compliance with the merchandising plan created by the Brand Manager▶︎ Promoting positive and helpful relationships with retailers, keeping notes on their satisfaction level and recording any complaints▶︎ Tracking the usage of POS materials and coordinating with Procurement to make sure that the stocks do not run out▶︎ Collect orders from shops, when needed, and relaying them to sales for devivery▶︎ Performing other tasks if necessary
Qualifications/ Requirements:▶︎ University Degree in any discipline (preferably Diploma/certificate in Marketing Management) OR minimum (2) years' experience in related field, e.g. FMCG or pharma sales & marketing▶︎ Good understanding of retail marketing▶︎ Ability to travel and work independently ▶︎ Comfortable to promote SRH Education and Contraceptive products; good understanding of Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) topic▶︎ Excellent interpersonal skills, negotiation and communication skill▶︎ Ability to use standard application software (e.g. Microsoft Office)
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About DKT International Inc. (Myanmar Branch Office): DKT International is a leader in making modern contraceptives more available, accessible and affordable to people in 28 developing countries worldwide. A social-marketing organization, it promotes its brands competitively in Myanmar as part of a proven sustainability model. However, it also runs donor-funded projects to raise the public’s education level on sexual and reproductive health. Established in 2014, the Myanmar organization is growing and will surpass 50 staff in the coming year, in two regional offices.