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Sales Associate, Bristol, Trek Bicycle

Published 2022-08-07
Expires 2022-09-07
ID #1118057675
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Sales Associate, Bristol, Trek Bicycle
United Kingdom, Bristol, Bristol,
Published August 7, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Sales associate


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A Bit About Us Trek is an awesome place to work, with amazing benefits for all employees. We build only products we love, provide incredible hospitality to our customers, and change the world by getting more people on bikes. When you’re on our team, you’re taken care of, encouraged to learn and grow, and given lots of opportunities to do so. Give us your best, and we’ll give it right back. Sound pretty sweet? Then come join us Job Description We are currently recruiting for: Position: Sales Associate Location: Bristol Job Type: Full Time, Permanent What You’ll Do First thing you need to know: this isn’t a typical retail gig. As a Trek Sales Associate, you’ll be on the frontlines helping people have fun by riding bikes. You’ll get to learn about some of the smartest products in the cycling industry, make thoughtful recommendations to your customers, and carry-on meaningful relationships with riders in your community. The pace is fast, the customers are curious, and having an all-for-one, customer-centric team mentality is huge. We value hospitality skills first, and we’d rather hire someone who’s eager to learn than someone who thinks they know it all. If you’re already a bike expert, that’s awesome. If not, we’ll train you. The key is that you know how to treat customers, evaluate their needs, and exceed their expectations. What You Will Bring To The Team A positive, pitch-right-in attitude and motivation to help every customer find what they need Fantastic hospitality—a warm, approachable manner, great listening skills, and a drive to help in any way you can—even on the toughest, busiest days Great communication with customers and teammates A desire to cultivate customer relationships and create your own client base A commitment to deliver the best possible cycling experience for each customer Benefits As well as a competitive salary, and a generous staff purchase scheme, we also offer a variety of other benefits including Company bonus programme 33 days annual leave per year Employee cashback healthcare scheme and employee assistance programme Enhanced pension scheme Death in service scheme (x3) Learning and development programmes Annual charity time off allowance and matched charity donations Enhanced family friendly policies Cycle2Work salary sacrifice programme External discount platform If you would like to apply for the above vacancy, please send your CV and Cover Letter detailing why you are the right person for the role. If you like wild growth and working with happy, enthusiastic over-achievers, you'll enjoy your career with us

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