£25000 - £32000 per annum + +overtime+benefits+training+progression
Permanent Positions. I am currently recruiting for the positions of a Sales Advisor and Salespeople for an organisation company who are the largest independent supplier of building materials. This company provides an integrated solution to Construction companies to deliver all size of projects.
These are demanding roles with a highly rewarding environment. You will be facing different situations on every shift.
Full time hours are available.
The role requires the candidate to have:
Being able to have good customer service skills as you are required to deal with customers face to face and also over the telephone.
Sales profession with experience in the building industry. The ideal candidate will be proficient in converting sales leads through handling incoming calls or by outbound proactive techniques.
Dealing with sourcing for materials for clients, this requires the applicant to be computer literate with excellent verbal and written communication.
Driving license and own transport is preferred due to the need to to travel to clients.
Qualifications and experience required:
Preferably people with a background of working in sales, with knowledge of construction and has a great attention to detail.
Be able to work in a fast-paced environment and under pressure.
Good standard of English, as written and verbal communication is key.
In return you will receive
Salary £25,000 to £32,000 FTE
Generous holiday allowance such as 29 days holiday, rising to 30 after 5 year's continuous service.
Pension Scheme, employer contribution of 5% basic salary.
On the job training.
Progressive career path with long-term prospects.
Discount card, offering purchasing discounts across all product groups.
47.5 hours per week
This role is situated in Aberdeen.
If you feel that that you have the required skills and experience, please apply below for immediate consideration.
How this job measures up
Call and contact centre staff are typically paid £8.72–12.73 an hour.
This job pays £25.0k–£32.0k per year.
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