Inside Sales Representative Kent, WA

Inside Sales Representative

Full Time • Kent, WA

Our service-based company is exploding with new clients!  We are seeking a highly motivated Inside Sales Representative (ISR) to join our team.

About Glass Doctor:
Established in 1962 with one shop in Seattle, Wash., today Glass Doctor® offers complete glass repair, replacement and services to the residential, automotive, and commercial markets at more than 270 locations in the United States and Canada. 


Code of Values:
Glass Doctor is now one of thirteen trade service brands owned by The Dwyer Group. Each brand shares a Code of Values and culture to live by, which not only outline how we work in a professional environment, but also how we live our daily lives.

Job Summary:
The primary focus of this position will be to execute call backs of our client database in order to follow-up on all estimates provided.  Under the supervision of the General Manager, execute all aspects of the following-up with estimates not given and order processing, while maintaining the highest levels of customer service. This is a position for a seasoned sales person looking for a long-term home. This person requires someone with drive, ambition and the ability to show consistent, demonstrated success in closing sales while building strong customer relationships.


Benefits:
- Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
- Paid Holidays
- Paid Time Off Plan
- Competitive wage, with generous commission

- 401K Program

Glass Doctor is an Equal Opportunity Employer that recruits and hires qualified candidates without regard to race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, or veteran status.

 

To apply for this position…reply to this ad with your resume and contact information and go to apply@glassdoctor.com

 

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


Notice

Synergistic International LLC is the franchisor of the Glass Doctor® franchised system. Each Glass Doctor® franchised location is independently-owned and operated by an independent franchisee performing services. As a service to its independent franchisees, Synergistic International LLC lists employment opportunities available throughout the franchised network so those employment opportunities may be conveniently found by interested parties at one central location for brand management purposes only. Synergistic International LLC is NOT the employer seeking help. The only employer is the independent franchisee who has listed its available positions on this website.

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WHAT OUR BRAND OFFERS*:

Generous pay
Great team culture
Reputation goes back to 1962