Inside Sales Representative, Etobicoke, Quantum Management Services Ltd.

Published 2022-06-26
Expires 2022-07-26
ID #1061560011
Inside Sales Representative, Etobicoke, Quantum Management Services Ltd.
Canada, Ontario, Etobicoke,
Published June 26, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Inside sales representative

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Position: Inside Sales Rep

Location: Etobicoke – on-site Monday to Friday

Are you customer focused? Does sales or supporting clients interests you? Do you thrive in a collaborative team environment? If yes, then you are who our client is looking for.

As the Inside Sales/Customer Service Representative within the manufacturing industry, you will respond to customer inquiries, sharing accurate information and product knowledge. Always providing exceptional service and satisfaction. In addition, you will be part of our branch counter staff, working closely with contractors, vendors, and our sales team to research customer requests. We prioritize customers and take the whole sale experience to the next level, rapidly responding to their requests for accurate, competitive quotations and product information.

You will have access to unlimited learning opportunities and growth while working with a collaborative team who is customer focused. We work closely together, sharing responsibilities, supporting each other every day.


- Interface with customers to assess and understand their specific needs and provide solutions

- Generate quotations and process orders for existing and new customers

- Resolve customer complaints regarding delivery and quality with production and shipping personnel in a timely fashion

- Maintain in-depth product, industry trend and technical knowledge

- Serve as the first point of contact with clients and prospects, presenting a warm and professional approach

- Escalate difficult customer problems to management as needed


- 1 to 2 years of experience in an inside sales/customer service/sales support role within a product-oriented environment

- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to build relationships with customers

- Proficiency in using MS Office Suite applications (Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Word)

- Strong work ethic and willingness to learn about new products

- Exposure to construction industry or building materials/products would be an asset

Qualified candidates, please send your resume to Alia Hussain at [email protected]


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