Field Sales Consultant
Fantastic earnings potential and incentives
Do you have what it takes to be a successful Field Sales Consultant?
Are you customer-focused and target driven?
This is an exciting opportunity to work with a household name in the Home Improvements sector.
What you will be doing
As an Everest Field Sales Consultant, you will attend product design appointments in customers’ homes; helping them realise their own vision using a creative consultative approach (with a little help from our bespoke design software).
Working with us, you will quickly become an expert on our extensive range of windows, doors, and other home improvement products. You will know the difference between double and triple glazing and the benefits of uPVC over aluminium, in no time.
What we are looking for
As a Field Sales Consultant you will be customer-focused, determined to deliver an exceptional customer experience on each appointment.
You will have a positive outlook and be a problem solver, able to assist customers in choosing the products that most suit their individual needs, getting the best result for all concerned.
Sales experience is helpful, but not necessary to be successful. You will be an excellent communicator, organised and professional.
This is a commission-based role and to travel to appointments, you will need to have a car and UK driving license.
What we can offer
- Amazing earnings potential, with it being an uncapped commission only role. Our Field Sales Consultants can earn between £40,000 and £60,000 per year (OTE) on average and our high performers earn significantly more.
- Fantastic rewards and incentives for those that meet their targets, including luxury holidays, including a safari this year!
- Comprehensive training, with an initial training course when you start and on-going support.
- Flexible working hours.
If you think you could be our next top Field Sales Consultant apply today.
Due to the nature of the work a basic DBS will need to be completed if successful.
We are an equal opportunities company and do not discriminate on the grounds of Protected Characteristics’ as defined under the Equality Act and other relevant UK legislation.