REDARC is currently advertising for the role of General Manager After Market Sales – Australia and New Zealand (ANZ)

Ben Marsh, who has now departed the organisation, has been an integral part of REDARC for the past 12 years, with REDARC stating it is grateful for his dedication and contributions towards the company’s success.
With the departure of Ben comes an exciting opportunity for someone seeking to join the dynamic and thriving REDARC organisation in the position of General Manager After Market Sales – Australia and New Zealand (ANZ).
Originating from humble beginnings with just eight employees over four decades ago, REDARC has flourished into a global workforce of nearly 400 globally.
Owned and operated in Australia, REDARC specialises in the research, design, development and manufacture of mobile and off-grid power and safety management solutions, exporting to customers worldwide.
REDARC says it has proven its market-leading status through recognition of various prestigious accolades, most recently in the 2024 Australian Auto Aftermarket Excellence Awards.
REDARC states, “at REDARC we offer you a career with a company that is a value driven, ethical market leader. We’re a dynamic organisation committed to providing you with an exciting and interesting career. Our focus is on fostering a culture of active participation, innovation, and open communication. As a market leader in our field, we enjoy excellent future growth and continued commercial success.”
The role forms an integral part of the REDARC Leadership Team.
“You will be tasked with driving growth in the ANZ region by cultivating enduring relationships with distributors and channel partners, overseeing the Sales team’s development, devising and implementing Aftermarket Sales strategies and processes, and collaborating cross-functionally to ensure the commercial viability of our products and solutions,” states REDARC, which says it hopes you will “join us as we continue to push boundaries and lead the way in the industry.”

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