7 months ago
Car Sales Executive - Dealership - Essex, South East
Term: Permanent - full time
Salary: £42,000 - £46,000 OTE + other benefits
Keywords: Car Sales, Sales Consultant, Main Dealership Sales, Auto Salesman, Car Sales Woman
Our clients are the primary destination for a wide variety of motorists searching for their next new or used car, and those requiring aftersales support from the experts.
Today, their dealership represents five of the most respected manufacturers in the motoring industry, and they work hard to ensure that all their customers are met with the highest standard of service.
They are undergoing an interesting expansion phase at the back of a massive investment. They are now looking to strengthen their existing team of superstars with another experienced Car Sales Executive.
The role of the Car Sales Executive plays a key part in our clients’ consistent record of providing a first class service to their clients. Hence, a highly motivated, experienced and enthusiastic individual is required for this role.
You must be experienced in negotiating and closing sales, whilst achieving challenging targets and delivering outstanding levels of customer care. The successful applicants must have a desire to succeed a commitment to excellence and be able to build outstanding relationships with customers.
Previous experience with a main dealership is a must for this role so is the extensive knowledge of car sales process for both used and new cars.
In return, you will have the opportunity to embark on excellent additional training on top of industry competitive rates of pay.
The ideal candidate will have excellent ability to engage with people at all levels and across different functions quickly and credibly using excellent communication skills. He/she should have high level of attention to detail with an accurate, thorough and reliable approach
If you have what it takes to be a successful Car Sales Executive, then please apply with an up to date copy of your CV.
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