COME AND WORK AT OUR ROLLESTON OFFICE!
Flexible Part Time & Full time hours available
We are a small family owned Roof and Property Maintenance Company based in Rolleston and are looking for an additional person to assist in Clientele Sales.
Our company provides a range of services mainly throughout the whole of Canterbury to our vast clientele details of which are recorded on a database.
Your role here in the company is to help book and manage the sales. Your tasks within this role will include (but not limited to) taking incoming calls/emails, formulating quotes with the use of excel, and make outgoing to calls to follow up on our existing clients that have received our services in the past to secure future sales on a timely basis.
This can be a part time OR full time role. Hours between 25-40 hours per week.
It is expected that you will work a minimum of 25 hours per week during the initial 4-6 weeks of employment for training purposes.
- Typing speed: Minimum of 50 words a minute. Preferably 60+
- Computer skills (Microsoft Excel experience is a must) + trouble shooting abilities).
- Excellent written communication skills. Must be able to speak fluent English
- Sales experience in any field (Supermarket, clothing, Fast food etc.)
- Knowledge of building/roofing is preferred.
- Be self-motivated, determined, able to work autonomously, flexible and adaptable, quick learner, be creative and a good problem solver, work efficiently, effectively, and able to multi task.
Is by way of a base hourly rate. Once suitably trained and the minimum sales requirement has been reached, commissions are payable above the base hourly rate.
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If this sounds like you - send us your CV (firstname.lastname@example.org) or give us a call if you have any questions (03 3472635).
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