Manpower is looking for a key player in the wood industry for its client, a sedentary salesperson (M / F) The main mission of the sedentary salesperson is to develop the company’s turnover by managing a customer portfolio
– segment and target customers based on available information (demographic, behavioral, sales history?)
– create a commercial prospecting plan
– contact prospects by email or phone, understand their expectations, propose solutions adapted to their needs.
– identify new prospects on social networks, directories or websites and contact them
– carry out demonstrations, meetings or product presentations by phone / videoconference
– write commercial offers
– ensure contractual negotiation
– convince and sign prospects
The sedentary salesperson generally has a technical training at the BTS or DUT (BAC + 2) level in sales.
– detailed and technical understanding of the product / service sold and its specificities to offer the right solutions to each customer
– rhythm and direction of telephone and email prospecting
– strength of conviction, assertiveness and leadership to challenge clients and get them to sign the contract without meeting physically
– sense of initiative, proactivity
– natural and mental winner, a la niaque ?, spirit of conquest
– social ease and ability to bond with customers by phone
– active listening and desire to understand to find solutions (problem solving)
– determination, fighting spirit; taste for performance and competition.
– autonomy, organization, rigor, tenacity
As part of its diversity policy, Manpower studies, on an equal basis, all applications including those of people with disabilities.
The profile sought
Sedentary Sales Representative M / F
Manpower assists you in a personalized way for any type of job sought, in SMEs or large companies, on CDI, CDD, CDI-Interim, Interim, work-study, internship ,. 70 recruitment firms and 562 temporary employment agencies are at your side throughout France. Manpower is more than 16,000 recruitments per year on CDD-CDI and more than 94,600 temporary workers on average every day in 2017.