Searching for a Construction sales job? Then look no further. Here is a useful guide to what you can expect on your job search, the requirements of the sales role and what to expect in your brand new job.
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Here are some of the key sub-sectors you could be working in:
Infrastructure, repair and maintenance (eg, roads and railways)
Public and private housing
Non-residential public property (eg, hospitals and schools)
Industrial (eg, factories and processing plant) and commercial construction (eg, retail developments)
There are a number of professional governing bodies and associations including:
So, what could I actually be doing?
Depending on the sector and the company, roles do vary but main duties could include
Acquiring new customers
Developing current contacts
Lead generation and qualification
On site meetings
Lets talk money
Promotions occur regularly in this sector, work hard and meet targets and the big money could be yours! there is always the possibility of commission based bonus payments and the higher up you go the more field work becomes a probability.
Starting roles roughly: £15,000 - £25,000
3-5 years experience roughly and manager roles £25,000 - £40,000
Senior levels roughly £40,000 +
Progression in this industry is very possible with the usual ladder looking something like becoming a Sales executive, Construction sales manager, regional sales manager,
Sounds great, but is this position the right fit for me?
Below are some the key aspects employers look out for
Good organisational skills
Ability to prioritise tasks
Confident communication skills, both verbally and written
Commercially aware and an active interest in the sector you will be working
Independent learner and worker
IT and computer skills
Target driven and strong determination to be successful and earn commission
Flexible approach to your work and working hours.
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