Hear from a USDA Milk Inspector in the Video Below!
Job Description & Primary Responsibilities:
USDA Milk Inspectors sell and service products produced by their company for the animal industry. They disseminate technical information to veterinarians or related animal health personnel, and develop and implement a sales call process to productively manage accounts within a specific territory.
Responsibilities: USDA Milk Inspectors are responsible for sharing technical information with veterinarians, analyzing, developing and implementing sales goals and plans, maintaining and growing the market share within a specific sales territory, executing marketing meetings with sales team, developing a territory business planning template, participating in brand forecasting function and accuracy, attending regional, annual and vendor meetings, working with supplier representatives to install programs or products, attending training programs and education workshops to ensure customer satisfaction, and developing and implementing a sales call process.
Recommended High School Courses:
Science (Animal, Biology, Chemistry)
Bachelor's Degree in Animal Science, Ag Business, or Related Major
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