A customer service and sales professional providing operational leadership in the execution of our programs and growth plans for assigned accounts within a territory.
• Execute and monitor sales growth plan; Utilize marketing programs and tools to work with Chairpeople and
Decision Makers to increase sales volume. *
• Build support for Market Day’s portfolio of programs by participating in organization’s activities such as
assemblies, teacher breakfasts, PTA meetings and other events. *
• Establish frequent communication and maintain positive relationships with Chairpeople, key decision makers
and customers to understand their needs and be a resource for potential solutions and training as needed. *
• Supervise all aspects of the monthly sale program including truck arrival and delivery, equipment set-up, product unload, product placement, inventory, sampling of products, and safety. *
• Maintain a working knowledge of products, product integrity, processes and deadlines for all Family of Fundraisers programs.
• Complete all balancing and banking procedures within 24 hours of sale event. *
• Attend and participate in sales meetings and training on new programs.
• High School diploma or equivalent.
• One to two years selling experience preferred.
• Previous volunteer/community service and/or PTA/PTO experience.
• Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills.
• Proven ability with networking and prospecting skills to build/establish relationships.
• Excellent customer service skills.
• Must be detail oriented and organized.
• Ability to solve problems using flexibility and creativity.
• Access to supplemental freezer space.
• Ability to handle and balance large sums of money.
• Ability to lift and carry up to 40 pounds on a regular basis.
• Computer knowledge (with access to Internet with e-mail address) and math aptitude required.
Essential Functions-- Duties and responsibilities noted with an asterisk (*) are considered to be essential functions of the position.
Now hiring for the Port Huron area.
In 1973, Trudi Temple was creating flower arrangements to raise funds for local churches and missions in poverty-stricken countries. When...