Emploi & Formation

Sales representative Netherlands

Our client, the European leading manufacturer of mailboxes, is looking for a sales representative in the Netherlands.

The company:

Our client is a family business founded in France in 1872. The company is shifting from mailbox manufacturing to new products like electronic parcel lockers through research and innovation.

The company is also an environment-conscious, modern day manufacturer with factories using 100% renewable energy, and manufacturing processes optimized to produce 0% CO2.

Your activities and responsibilities:

Your main responsibility will be to win back the market by offering products with high added value: mailboxes, but also a large range of connected products – parcel boxes, electronic parcel lockers, integrated mailbox systems, etc.

You’re expected to identify and approach the major players in the construction industry, local and national contractors and social housing.

You can expect to be in the field carrying out in person and telephone prospecting at least 3 days/week.

You’ll have to work with key accounts as well as with smaller design or architect agencies. You’ll be responsible for the entire sales cycle as well as part of the customer service.

This position is for you if:

  • You’re a sales person at heart
  • Or you have experience in the construction industry or in a design/architect agency and you’d like to make the leap and become a sales rep
  • Even better if you already have a network in : the construction industry, and/or social housing, and/or architect/design agencies

You’ll need to be able to work autonomously as you’ll be the only employee of the company in the Netherlands and you’ll be working from home but mainly, you’ll be in the field. You have a hands-on attitude and you’re ready to go the extra-mile for your customer’s satisfaction.
 

More information or a chat to learn if you could be the right candidate? Email us at s.hailefida(@)cfci.nl and we’ll set up a call.

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