Graduate Sales Apprentice, Bolton, Bms Performance Ltd

Published 2022-09-21
Expires 2022-10-21
ID #1176884680
Graduate Sales Apprentice, Bolton, Bms Performance Ltd
United Kingdom, Lancashire, Bolton,
Published September 21, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Graduate sales apprentice

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Looking to get into a sales career in the construction building products industry? BMS Performance are partnering with Brickability who are offering entry level opportunities to graduates seeking a business development career, with start dates from October onwards! £26,000 basic salary Quarterly bonus schemeCompany carMarket leading company, £520 million turnover Sales qualification What do the company do? The Brickability Group plc consists of over 30 companies, all of which are able to bring together specialist products and services to meet the needs of the building and construction market. They boast an extensive portfolio of products including facing bricks, blocks, rainscreen cladding systems, architectural masonry, paving, roof tiles and slates. The Group distributes, and in many cases installs superior quality and strategically important building materials from major UK and European manufacturing partners, providing product solutions to both private and commercial specifiers, contractors, developers and builders. Due to expansion they are currently looking to hire 8 x Sales Apprentices across the UK. What would my role be? This is a fantastic opportunity to gain an entry level route into their Group of companies. As a Sales Apprentice you will initially be office-based learning all aspects of the business, supporting the sales team and shadowing the external sales people. Between months 6-12 your role will gradually move more client facing as your product knowledge grows and you start to develop your sales technique. This role is underpinned by a specialist sales apprentice training program along with on-the-job development to provide the skills to grow into a successful sales professional. Sales is the lifeline of their business and being able to operate in a professional manner and achieve sales targets and expectations whilst selling the wide range of products offered across the group What is required for the role? Any type of university degreeDriving licenseConfidence in speaking to new people over the phone and face-to-faceTarget driven mindsetA business-minded personAn excellent communicatorMoney-motivated and driven to succeed What is the package? £26,000 basic salaryQuarterly bonus schemeCompany car, laptop and mobile phone21 days holiday + Bank Holidays (increases with service)14-month Sales ApprenticeshipThe opportunity to establish a career with a well-renowned business

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