Graduate Sales Executive, Aviation, Bristol. £25,000 to £30,000 Basic, £40,000 with commission + car + benefits. Second Year with bonuses and commission will be £45K+. This multinational manufacturer is looking for exceptional graduates that are looking for a five year-plus role and have a burning desire to be the best. This is an ideal role for a business, aerospace or aviation graduate with strong communication skills and a driven and 'go getting' attitude, ideally with some sales experience, looking to break into the international aviation industry.
This is a highly conceptual solution sales role within a major global provider of aircraft parts that sells into the civil aviation and defence sectors. The role requires brilliant communication skills, commercial flair and an ability to sell complex solutions to senior levels.
Full training will be offered, but this is a new business-oriented role where you will be expected to make outbound sales calls to arrange and attend meetings. It is a conceptual sales role as the profit is largely in the support packages around the components rather than in the components themselves - i.e. logistics, maintenance packages, leasing packages, etc. The role is also selling components and services to tier one, two and three suppliers within the aerospace sector.
The role requires an outstanding talent that is happy with new business generation and would be unfazed by sales rejection.
Above the need of a degree and ideally some sales experience the key requirement is your attitude; you will be confident, practically minded, ambitious, a team player, highly driven and an achiever.
To demonstrate the qualities required your CV should demonstrate indications of being above the 'norm' - perhaps you have played sport at a high level or represented your university in debating competitions, were involved in the Student Union, led charity fundraising campaigns or something similarly 'outstanding' like working for charities on a volunteer basis, climbing mountains, undertaking the Duke of Edinburgh or similar awards, etc. As you can probably tell we are looking for an achiever with a 'zest for life' and a key part of the interview process will be based on your attitude, aspirations and determination to get ahead.
Numerical and verbal reasoning will be part of the recruitment process as the ability to 'think on your feet' and make quick accurate decisions is essential.
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