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May 232017
 


Industry: Automotive

Location: Nairobi

Position: Automotive Sales Executive

Job Summary

  • Understand specific units’ definitions and criteria i.e. leads generation, developing selling and upselling strategies and developing retention strategies;
  • Understand and efficiently implement the lead management process as per the company’s guideline;
  • Achieve the minimum sales targets, benchmarking and attaining the pre-set monthly, quarterly and annual goals;
  • Ensure high levels of customer satisfaction through excellent after sales service;
  • Assess customers’ needs and provide assistance and information on product features;
  • Build productive trust relationships with customers;
  • Accurate booking and closing all sales leads into the CRM/ERP systems;
  • Preparing, scheduling and pitching sales presentations.
  • New products and services promotion

Qualifications

  • Minimum diploma course in a business related course;
  • 2 – 3 years’ experience in sales and marketing;
  • Experience in the Automotive sales will be an added advantage;
  • Proficiency in ERP/CRM.

Competencies

  • Honest, excellent and integrity;
  • Strong teamwork skills;
  • Good written, oral communication and presentation skills;
  • Technical knowledge.

Apply

Send your Cover Letter and detailed CV to apply@jobs.dumaworks.com marking the subject as “2807”, Your Full name & Phone number e.g. 2807 Barack Obama, +2547xxxxxxxx. If you don’t follow these instructions, your application will not go through.

Deadline for receiving applications: Friday, 26 May 2017

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