Sales Representative: Commercial & Heavy Machinery, New Zealand, Wurth Nz Ltd

New Zealand, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand
Published 2022-11-24
Expires 2022-12-24
ID #1276051201
Sales Representative: Commercial & Heavy Machinery, New Zealand, Wurth Nz Ltd
New Zealand, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand,
Published November 24, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Sales representative: commercial & heavy machinery

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Do you want to be in charge of your own success?Wake up every day to a fantastic work cultureSurrounded by supportive staff and managementHave the strive to grow and develop a great sales careerJoin the team at Wurth NZ! We are on the lookout for enthusiastic and energetic Sales Representatives who crave an opportunity to be on the roadselling our extensive consumable product range.This role will give you the freedom to work autonomously where you can determine your own success.About the company:In New Zealand we are celebrating 34 years of delivering excellent service and continuous growth of sales from our wide range of uniquely branded, high quality products. Wurth NZ has approximately 320 full time employees with 190 Sales Representative on the road, visiting over 25,000 customers nationwide and proudly selling our wide range of uniquely branded workshop supplies such as abrasives, fasteners, hand tools, power tools, and adhesives.Like the Wurth Group, Wurth NZ has shown dynamic growth over the past years and aims to continue this development long into the future.We consider the sales force to be of crucial importance in our operations as we provide top quality service tomatch our top-quality products. Therefore, we are passionate about the training and development of our sales staff as our aim is to build a long-term relationship with you.About you:A strong desire to build a long-term successful sales careerA passion to build strong customer relationshipsA willingness to learnGreat communication skillsA love of SalesOur sales approach is about building strong customer relationships by visiting our existing customers regularly, introducing them to our high quality products and systems, whilst actively growing and developing new business.About the role:An established active customer base to look afterFull training including attending our National Training AcademyOngoing training and development opportunities in sales techniques, product and systemsA fully maintained car with provision for personal use alsoiPad and iPhoneBase retainer with bonus and commission opportunitiesIf you are committed to building a long-term career with a successful global leader, apply now. Please include your CV.Candidates must have legal right to work in New Zealand, satisfactory criminal record check and a Restricted or Full current driver's license.

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