Sales Representative, Bakersfield CA

Experienced Sales Representative for business development, managing a territory, and supporting new sales, rentals, and equipment maintenance. Your role will include promoting equipment while expanding market shares.

To be successful, candidates must be self-starters, have some experience working in the field of heavy equipment and motivated.

Increase sales and revenue. Sell the companies dedicated rental offering. Establishing new sales accounts through cold calling and personal visits to potential customer sites.

Offering a full range of products and services to new and current customers, including new and used equipment, short lines, parts and services. Coordinating with all departments to ensure customer satisfaction.

Educating customers about equipment through demonstration.

Managing a portfolio of customers through personal relationships to maximize customer share of wallet and market share

Must Haves-  

Superior customer service and the  willingness and ability to provide this to each customer. 3+ years of sales experience, strong planning, problem solving and negotiation skills, excellent interpersonal communication skills, and basic computer skills.

Knowledge of agriculture equipment is preferred. Must be independent and possess strong teamwork and organizational skills.

A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience and a valid driver’s license are required and can lift 75lbs.

Pay and Perks –

 Sales Representatives receive a base salary, plus a commission incentive plan with no earning ceiling and the use of a company vehicle.

Excellence in this challenging and rewarding position paves the way for advancement into the role of General Manager, or Sales Manager. Strong benefits plan.

Who do you know?

Executive Recruiters, The Ankenbrandt GroupSo, you’ve been using the power of YES to reach out to people. That’s positive networking and it is key to finding a new job. It’s all about who you know. How many applications have you sent into companies with no response? Some people have sent 100’s. You must get in front of the hiring managers and LinkedIn is a great place to do that. How to find more people to connect to?

1. Research companies within a commutable radius of your home.

2. Find the hiring managers at those companies and send them a connect. Most people are nice and will accept a connection.

3. Follow up with a quick elevator pitch about you.

This may not always work, but it’s a quicker way to get in front of the Manager/Director/VP than going through their application process.

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