Sales Manager or Sr. Sales Manager are typically corporate-level positions, while Area/Regional Sales Manager are typically Field-level designations.
Hope you can now make your choice.
From India, Hyderabad
nashbramhallI am sure TS is right. However, I like to make a comment. These designations may mean different things in different firms. For example, when I worked in India in a Govt. Defence Establishement, the designations went in this order: Supervior I, II, III; Charge hand I and II, Assistant Foreman, Foreman, then Officer Grades. A superviosr from our establishment applied for a Foreman's job in another Govt establishment only to find at the time of interview that the Foreman's grade there was lower than the Supervisor grade.
From United Kingdom
It is your company and you are the employee.. you should know the nature of responsibilities under these two designations. Area Manager it is restricted to one Area only............ whereas Sr. Manager means you are controlling all the Area Managers. Again I am telling you that you should know the responsibility of both designations under your company staff chart.
All the best.. Venky - Bangalore
From India, Bangalore