Area Sales Manager Multi-family, Calgary, Jayman Built

Published 2022-07-17
Expires 2022-08-17
ID #1089769469
Area Sales Manager Multi-family, Calgary, Jayman Built
Canada, Alberta, Calgary,
Published July 17, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Area sales manager multi-family

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Builder of the year 22 times.  Picture a career with us.

We currently have an opening for an Area Sales Manager within our Multi Family division in the Calgary area. As an Multi-Family Area Sales Manager, you understand Customer Experience 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 an Area Sales Manager:

You are meeting, greeting & demonstrating to customers within the new home sales market

Team selling environment with a Sales Associate in a high-performance sales centre

Work with customers to identify their needs and wants in a new home

Showcase the features and benefits of purchasing with Jayman BUILT

Manage the customer relationship throughout the sale, selections and building process

Respond to customer issues and concerns in a timely manner

Document the sale of the new home and accurately complete all necessary paperwork

Ensure all sales files are complete and accurate at all stages of the sales process

 What you will bring to the table:

Ability to manage a full-time schedule including weekday, evening, and weekend hours

3 - 7 years of experience in multi-family new home sales and team leadership

Outgoing personality with the ability to interact professionally with potential customers

Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal

Strong work ethic, team player and an ability to handle stress gracefully

Demonstrated ability to problem solve, including analysis, judgment, execution and follow up

Strong technical computer acumen including Microsoft Office products, awareness of touchscreen technology, and use of technology in an event environment

Ability to work in a very fast paced / high stress environment

As a 2022 Best Managed Company, we will provide you the following:

Commission based compensation program with the opportunity to earn $90,000 - $210,000 annually

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

On-site gym & parking

Do you see the potential? Are you ready to be part of the Jayman Family? 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 apply with your resume and cover letter to https://www.fitzii.com/apply/69727.

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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