Single-family Home Sales Associate, Edmonton, Jayman Built

Published 2022-06-25
Expires 2022-07-25
ID #1060751289
Single-family Home Sales Associate, Edmonton, Jayman Built
Canada, Alberta, Edmonton,
Published June 25, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Single-family home sales associate

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For 42 years, Jayman BUILT has continually redefined the way new homes are built, bought and, most importantly, lived in. Participating in community developments in Edmonton, Leduc, St. Albert, Sherwood Park and the Greater Calgary area. For more information, visit www.jayman.com

We currently have an opening for a Sales Associate in the Edmonton area. As a Single-Family Home Sales Associate, you understand customer service is everything.  You are outgoing, self-motivated, and have the passion and knowledge to bring homes to life for every buyer. You aren’t afraid to get your hands dirty in order to get the job done.

Are you ready to bring people’s dream homes to reality?

A Day in the life of a Sales Associate:
Contribute to a team selling environment, working collaboratively with a proven Area Sales Manager and supported by a robust and strategic marketing plan.
Support the Area Sales Manager to ensure a positive customer relationship throughout the sale, construction and possession of each home.
Demonstrate the value and vision of Jayman BUILT.
Document the sale of the new home and accurately complete all necessary paperwork.
Respond to customer issues and concerns in a timely manner.
Showcase the features and benefits of our homes to potential customers.
Ensure signage and other collateral is in place and appropriate.
What you will bring to the table:
Minimum 2 years New Home Sales Experience.
Agility and the ability to adapt to constantly changing priorities.
Attention to detail; able to review legal documents for accuracy and completeness.
Sense of urgency with an emphasis on relationship selling & customer experience.
Intermediate skills with Microsoft Office and CRM programs
As a 2022 Platinum-Level Best Managed Company in Canada, we will provide you the following:
Competitive compensation and incentive program.
Flexible health and dental benefits
Opportunity to participate in a unique Jayman Employee Investment program
Employer matching Group RRSP program and discount programs on Jayman products
Continuing education is a focus at Jayman and you have the opportunity to participate in customized annual education & training
Opportunity for growth and career advancement
Employee Discounts
Social Club events
Annual wellness allowance
Do you see the magic?  Join the award winning Jayman BUILT team and contribute to our exceptional track record, with over 30 thousand homes built in the last 42 years. Please send your resume and cover letter to https://www.fitzii.com/apply/60900 .

We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  No telephone or agency inquiries please.

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