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Turf Equipment Sales Professional

Description:

Position Specifics:


Department: Sales


Reports To: Store Manager or Sales Manager


Supervises: None


Purpose:


Sells new and used agricultural and turf equipment to new and existing customers. Focuses on walk-in, retail-oriented, customer traffic.


Responsibilities:



  • Represents the company for the sale of machinery to walk-in customers

  • Maintains current product knowledge on features and benefits of all equipment potentially saleable by the dealership, with an emphasis on less than 90hp tractors, implements & attachments as well as Turf products

  • Monitors competitive activity/products and timely communicates to management, accordingly

  • Has a retail-selling emphasis (understands task-oriented questions to ask, validates customer requirements, proposes solution, offers demonstration and moves to close)

  • Maintains all customer information for sales management

  • Knows and follows a defined sales process

  • Maintains assigned company vehicles and equipment

  • Assists with the preparation and execution of customer events

  • Conducts new equipment demonstrations

  • Monitors trends in customers business activities and timely communicates to management

  • Maintains current knowledge of financing options to assist customers with securing the purchase of new and used goods

  • Attends applicable sales training events/seminars

  • May maintain current knowledge of used equipment values and ability to evaluate properly for trading purposes



.Requirements:


Requirements:



  • 1+ years of retail sales experience

  • Knowledge of agricultural or turf equipment and farming or operational practices preferred

  • Ability to use standard desktop load applications such as Microsoft Office and internet functions

  • Ability to work flexible hours

  • Excellent customer relationship skills

  • Ability to analyze and interpret basic sales reports

  • High School Diploma or equivalent work experience


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