Commercial Heavy Equipment Sales Person

New West Truck Centres (Freightliner) - Lethbridge, AB (il y a 30+ jours)

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LETHBRIDGE COMMERCIAL HEAVY EQUIPMENT SALES PERSON

SUMMARY

Under the supervision of the Vice President of Sales, the Salesperson will be professional, enthusiastic and motivated individual, highly skilled at building relationships is able to deal with virtually all business environments. With extensive heavy truck knowledge, responsibilities include all sales activities in assigned accounts plus generating new leads that promote the company and increase market share. As the first point of contact for all new clients and vendors, a high degree of premium customer service internally & externally is of the utmost importance. You are an active team player works well with all staff including the other Departments and puts the needs of the customer first.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Salesperson performs some or all of the following duties:

· Spec and design units to meet customer’s needs

· Responsible for gathering new customers either through provided leads or prospecting

· Demonstrates trucks, which includes test drives

· Involves VP Sales in all transactions when necessary

· Prepares paperwork to activate the account

· Arranges preparation of vehicle for the customer

· Works with the service department and body shop to ensure that vehicles are ready as expected and on schedule

· Deliver vehicles to customers and ensuring that the customer understands the vehicle's operating features, warranty and paperwork, which lays the foundation for customer loyalty

· Available to professionally interact with Customers during normal business hours and after hours when necessary

· Follows up with customer to verify satisfactory operation of vehicle

· Attends sales meetings

· Maintains accurate and efficient records

· Assist in appraisal and evaluation of trade-ins

· Works with the Service Department to enhance and up sell truck sales and parts

· Discusses and implements special promotions

· Other duties as required

QUALIFICATIONS

· Has successfully completed the AMVIC course and is licensed through them

· Minimum 5 years as a Salesperson in the Heavy Truck Industry

· Minimum Class 3 Q (with air) is required

· Ability to understand and effectively use computer equipment including Microsoft Office

· Must be able to work in a high pressure environment safely

· Must be able to present yourself in a positive, professional manner to colleagues and customers

· Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from co-workers, managers, customers and the general public

· Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw conclusions

BENEFITS:

Why work for New West Truck Centres? Here’s why:

  • Our company is one of the busiest Heavy Truck Dealerships in Alberta and our growth potential is out of this world. We believe in growing our staff and developing them into specialty coordinators, supervisors, and managers.
  • Do you want to work for a positive team all with the same thing in mind – taking care of their customer?
  • Do you want to work for a company that encourages entrepreneurial spirit?
  • Do you want to make a difference at one of the most progressive and forward-thinking companies in Alberta?
  • If all this wasn’t enough, we also include a benefit package consisting of:
  • Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
  • Short Term Disability
  • Long Term Disability
  • Health
  • Dental
  • Paid training
  • Longevity Recognition

We want to thank everyone for applying, however only applicants that possess the required knowledge will be considered for the position.

As we slowly begin to reopen the province, the possibility of workers returning to the office is increasing. Below are some things New West Truck Centres is keeping in mind as we begin to do this:

· Encourage workers with symptoms such as cough, fever, shortness of breath, runny nose, or sore throat symptoms to complete the self-assessment and get tested for COVID-19, if indicated.

· Emphasize that anyone who is sick with cold-like symptoms such as cough, fever, runny nose, sore throat or shortness of breath, MUST NOT be in the workplace

· Employers should instruct workers to wash their hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer (greater than 60% alcohol content). (posters available

· Employers should make every effort to encourage respiratory etiquette (e.g., coughing or sneezing into a bent elbow, promptly disposing of used tissues in a lined garbage bin) is followed.

While there are no laws indicating what needs to be done to bring employees back to the office we have implemented some of the following controls:

· First choice: Isolate the hazard (Engineering controls) These control the hazard at the source by isolating the hazard and by physically directing actions to reduce the opportunity for human error. Examples include placing barriers or partitions between workers, removing seats from lunch rooms and dining areas, re-arranging lockers, restricting general access to the business and increasing ventilation.

· Second choice: Change behaviour (Administrative controls) These controls change the way workers, volunteer and patrons interact through the implementation of policies, procedures, training and education. Examples include policies for physical distancing, limiting hours of operations and respiratory etiquette and providing adequate facilities, supplies and reminders for hand hygiene, and developing appropriate worker-to-patron ratios. Increased frequency of cleaning as outlined above is also required.

· Third choice: Use protective equipment (PPE) PPE controls are the last tier in the hierarchy and should not be relied upon exclusively. PPE is dependent on type of activity and risk of exposure to a pathogen/sick person. PPE is necessary when physical distancing of 2 metres or physical barriers cannot be maintained by administrative and engineering controls. PPE controls the hazard at the worker, volunteer and patron level. Examples of PPE include gloves, eye protection, gown, face protections, face masks.

Job Types: Full-time, Commission

COVID-19 considerations:
As we slowly begin to reopen the province, the possibility of workers returning to the office is increasing. Below are some things New West Truck Centres is keeping in mind as we begin to do this:

· Encourage workers with symptoms such as cough, fever, s

Experience:

  • Heavy Truck Sales: 5 years (Preferred)