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This key territory for FMC encompasses the Central /southern Florida. This position will focus on efforts in two key areas. The first area which will require approximately three fourths of the effort is management of a sales territory located in Florida. This key territory for FMC has strong sales of insecticides, fungicides, and herbicides. The focus crops for this position are a variety of fruit and vegetables including snap beans, leafy crops, cucurbits, tomato, sweet corn, tropical crops and citrus crops in addition to sugarcane and sod. This geography is a growth area for FMC and over the next several years many additional offerings will be introduced into the marketplace. A strong relationship with retailers, consultants and other market Influencers are essential elements of the success of this position.
The second area of focus for this position will be developing relationships with linked and independent distribution and to develop the FMC Florida business strategy and tactics. This will involve close coordination with the central Florida RMM, RBM, PM and SAMs. The goal is to present a wining value proposition for both FMC and our customers.
Bachelor of Science degree with major in Weed Science, Agronomy, Pest Management, Agriculture or related field
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