Hiring Sales Manager for Connecticut & Massachusetts

January 3, 2017

Job Description
DRS is looking for a Sales  representative to handle inside/outside sales routes to realtors, property managers, insurance agents and adjusters, municipalities and commercial properties. This is a full time position. We form relationships with companies or individuals by calling, sending email blasts, networking, and visiting them. DRS is looking to hire two Sales Managers, one for Connecticut and one for Massachusetts.
DRS is looking for a person that is:

  • Responsible, motivated energetic and has great “people skills”
  • Very outgoing and enjoys meeting new people
  • Creative and can think outside the box
  • Honest, Trustworthy, Reliable, and passionate about helping people on the worst day of their lives

Some of the Responsibilities:

  • Provide excellent customer service
  • Various networking events or groups during the week
  • Conduct Objective-to Objective Marketing contacts
  • Compile and maintain “Center of Influence “ information
  • Participate in professional Associations to build networks
  • Complete documentations as needed
  • Able to work on your own

Minimum Requirements:

  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills, including proper pronunciation, grammar and a courteous and professional tone of voice at all times
  • Posses polite, confident and excellent customer service skills, including listening and questioning skills • Ability to meet people in new or difficult situations
  • Able to work well with technology, must be proficient in all Microsoft programs
  • Must be drug free and able to pass a background check

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:

  • High school or equivalent

Required experience:

  • Sales: 1 year

Required license or certification:

  • Drivers License

Contact Carolyn at 877-280-7961 or send your resume to cstratton@drscleanup.com

DRS is an equal opportunity employer – race/color/religion/sex/national origin/veteran/disability/sexual orientation/gender identity