Regional Vice President

A Regional Vice President role requires a candidate to build a team to localise all services, create partnerships, and drive all marketing activities to acquire and retain customers. If you are looking for a Regional VP job role or would like to find out how to become a Regional VP, what skills you need, and what salaries are on offer, you will find a complete guide below.

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We place Regional Vice President candidates within London. With the rise of flexible working over the last 2 years, we are extending our recruitment services to candidates across the UK, Europe, and North America.


There are many factors used to determine the Regional VP salary and package expectations – size of business, industry, growth stage, product pipeline and company turnover – just to name a few.

We’d expect a salary between £100,000 – £300,000 with additional benefits such as private medical insurance, performance related bonuses and pension contributions as standard for this level of role. The salary is largely determined by the organisation type, i.e., a large global listed business will be closer to the top range, with an early-stage scale-up towards the lower end of the scale, potentially with an equity package to enhance the overall package.

Equally, if an employer requires a Regional Vice President with specific niche experience and knowledge, the candidate will often be able to negotiate a salary at the higher end of this scale.

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Example Job Description

A typical Regional Vice President job description will read something like the below:

The Regional Vice President is responsible for leading and driving sales, sitting on the senior management team.

What we expect you to do:

  • Define and build sales strategy and organisation to achieve rapid revenue growth plan
  • Establish, own and drive quarterly and annual revenue and booking goals
  • Provide accurate and detailed weekly and quarterly forecasts to management
  • Provide leadership to the day-to-day operations of the region’s goals and objectives
  • Oversee incentive programs that motivate the sales team to achieve their sales targets and region’s revenue growth plans
  • Support additional routes to market including channels and field sales (if and when appropriate)
  • Work with the rest of the management team to prepare relevant materials and actively participate in business review meetings


  • Experience with multi-mode GTM models that ideally employ a mix of inside, channel and field sales
  • Experience with selling and account management in a recurring revenue model, either subscription or SaaS
  • Familiar with the decision cycle and what it takes to get approval. Ideally experienced with strategic, solution-selling sales environments
  • Self-starter & fast learner, excellent listening skills
  • Team player must be smart, hands on and willing to get things done. Must have start-up or early stage/growth company experience
  • Demonstrable success as a leader
  • A real strength in attracting and recruiting top sales talent
  • Over time you’ll build a UK team to localise all services, create partnerships, and drive all marketing activities to acquire, delight and retain UK customers

What are employers looking for?

  • Business development
  • Customer service
  • Sales focus
  • Revenue growth
  • Attention to detail and analytical skills
  • People management and leadership
  • Excellent communication skills