Dec 192019

Ideal candidate will be a graduate with a pleasing personality and effective bilingual communication. Must have essential phone manners, an ability to learn quickly and a drive to grow within ranks. This is an evolving role and may lead to further career development.

Location : Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

Day to day tasks include:

1.      Receiving and making calls to clients to present the product mix.

2.      Effective response to phone queries regarding products and services availability.

3.      Email communication with customers.

4.      Follow up phone calls for sales/receivables.

5.      Preparation of proposals / bidding documents.

6.      Maintain Visitors Record

7.      Arrange customer visits to product display area and provide product brief.

8.      Maintain a professional and ethical work behavior.

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-11-14
Job Location: Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Job Role: Sales
Company Industry: Technical Maintenance & Repair

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Entry Level

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