Electronics vendor, LG, is considering a local management restructure following the departure of its national IT sales manager, Phillip David.
David left his post with the vendor this month after spending two and a half years in the role.
He said he would be looking to take a vacation before considering new job offers.
"I've done everything that it has been possible to do for LG and put the train back on its track," David said. "Before I joined, the IT division wasn't flowing smoothly, different people were doing different things and there wasn't a strategic direction.
"I created strategies, put a business plan together, gave it some direction and restructured the division."
David said he had received several lucrative job offers so far, most of which were within the IT channel.
"I want to take a bit of break first and spend some time with the family," he said. "I've had a few irons in the fire but at the moment I don't want to make any rash decisions."
LG national IT channel executive, Charlie Harb, has assumed David's responsibilities in the short-term. A company spokesperson said it had no immediate plans to replace David and was currently considering a local management restructure.