Product Support Specialist
Location: Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Do you have previous parts and service experience? Do you have extensive technical/mechanical knowledge? Do you hold experience with heavy duty and compact equipment?
If you answered yes to these questions then this may be a fit for you!
Number of Positions: 1
- Promote and sell Compact equipment and attachments
- Call on all customers on a regular basis
- Attract and retain new customers each month
- Ensure new machine deliveries are completed according to Strongco policy
- Grow Service, Parts and aftermarket parts revenue in assigned territory
- Complete all assigned training objectives
- Promote and sell maintenance agreements
- Ability to cold call on new and existing customers
- Source aftermarket parts for customer requests
- Structure quotes for Service work in conjunction with Service Supervisors and present to customers
- Attend regular meetings on quotes in pipe line; give input on issues surrounding assigned customers
- Manage current customers while, acquiring new customers
- Experience of 5-10 years in a related industry with a strong knowledge of multiline equipment
- Extensive background in warranty and policy management
- Thorough understanding of parts and service department functions
- Background in sales and marketing considered and asset
- Mechanical aptitudes
- Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills
- Demonstrated account prospects, development and retention
- Computer literacy is required
- Ability to work with little supervision and adapt quickly to a rapidly changing environment
- Ability to travel within assigned territory
Are you ready for Strongco?
Get a competitive wage, a solid benefits package, great training and a career progression while being part of the most skilled talents.
Please submit resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 905-565-3865 indicating the JOB TITLE, THE POSITION AND THE LOCATION. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
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