Sales Referrers/Brokers (GFL Division) – Sandton
Salary: R6 000 + incentives/commissions
LOTS of growth potential within the Department if candidates prove their worth.
A large retail brokerage brand are currently looking to employ 6 Sales Referrers/Sales Brokers for their Sales Referral Department. This is a very difficult product to sell, so the candidate must have experience in being able to close big deals.
The successful candidate must be confident, have a vibrant and open personality, must be a team player and be willing to assist the team wherever possible to get the sale or close a deal, must be able to approach people easily and must be able to express themselves to get the sale.
NOTE: This is an extremely difficult product to sell, the company does give training, but you have to be a sales hunter and be driven and dedicated to getting the sale.
Purpose of the Job:
To sell products of the Department to meet the Broker Division’s sales targets through telesales, face to face sales, and different sales tactics with the objective to increase the new customer base and retain current paid up clients
- Matric will be an advantage but not a requirement
- Strong sales skills: Face to face selling skills and strong retail sales experience required
- Cold Calling/Telesales/Lead Generation experience required
- Must be very well-spoken and bilingual
- Must be well-groomed and presentable
- Strong telephonic and relationship selling skills
- Good oral communication skills
- Computer literate and basic skills of Microsoft Suite Packages
- Ability to think on their feet
Duties include, but are not limited to:
- Continually hunts for new leads and sales opportunities through networking, company events and referrals.
- Meets daily and monthly sales targets.
- Attends to client queries and concerns within 48 hours.
- Captures client information and sale information
- Attends company events/promotions/exhibitions etc. as required, which could be over weekends, after hours or out of town venues that might require travelling.
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