A&D Sales - London

Posted 25 January by Surtio Featured

Our client is a manufacturer of workplace furniture. They are looking to employ an A+D Sales person to develop existing and new relationships with London’s leading Architectural and Design practices.

Job Summary:

  • Part of a successful contract furniture business
  • Coordinating and further developing our A+D network - predominantly in London but also across the UK
  • Liaising closely with A+D practices to secure contract furniture specifications
  • Located from the London showroom
  • Helping prepare major tender responses through A+D
  • Attending industry events, seminars and networking forums
  • Maintaining monthly reports of all A+D activities
  • Attending monthly project meetings

Candidate Profile:

  • Needs to work autonomously but also within a close team infrastructure
  • Needs to possess creative approach, and with good communication and presentation skills
  • Numerate abilities - as required to work with clear targets and objectives
  • Able to multi-task and prioritise workload
  • Able to work quickly and accurately under pressure
  • Computer literate and confident with the use of Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Presentation skills
  • Build relationships with clients
  • Time management
  • Account management
  • Maintain smart business-like dress code at all times
  • Motivated self-starter with a can-do approach
  • Professional attitude to work
  • Confident and able to clearly communicate with a variety of audiences

Package:

  • £35,000 - per annum (depending on experience)
  • Commission
  • Company pension
  • Travel and business expenses

Required skills

  • Business Development
  • Commercial Interiors
  • Communication Skills
  • Furniture
  • Building Relationships

Reference: 34315842

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