Contractor Sales Representative

Company Name:
84 Lumber
Contractor Sales Representative
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Job Description

84 Lumber is searching for a Contractor Sales Representative. This is an excellent opportunity for you to develop a great career in sales with an industry leader! As a Contractor Sales Representative you are responsible for identifying potential customers, building positive relationships, and creating customer loyalty.
Responsibilities include:
Selling lumber and building materials supplies.
Sourcing special orders and other activities that enhance the customer''s experience.
Must achieve predetermined sales goals at an acceptable margin.
Reading and interpreting blueprints & creating material estimates.
Scheduling deliveries.
Maintains and grows existing customer base across through prospecting, sales development, quoting and customer follow-up to ensure sales goals are met or exceeded.
Regular site visits to plan and evaluate customers needs, ensuring prompt and accurate service.
Correlates with sales support, operations team and vendor resources to secure business and attain profit and sales goals.
Regular account evaluation determining revenue and profitability
Updates and maintains accurate account information, customer details, and contact information available to management and support teams.
Required Skills
Minimum education required: GED or High School diploma.
Ability to maintain and grow customer base through prospecting, development, quoting, and follow-up.
Computer literate with Microsoft Office and email.
Ability to read blue prints and prepare a material take-off list.
Required Experience
High School diploma or general education degree (GED).
Minimum 3 years sales experience in building materials supply.
Demonstrated selling experience, working knowledge of sales forecasting and account management.
Job Location
GEORGETOWN, Kentucky, United States
Position Type

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