Territory Sales Representative

Location: Greenville / Kinston / Washington, NC

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

Cellular Sales is the nation's largest privately-held retailer of Verizon Wireless' business and consumer products and services. Currently, we operate over 560 retail locations with over 3,700 professional sales executives. Since 1993, we have experienced over 20 consecutive years of positive growth.

Cellular Sales provides true performance-driven, work-life balance, as well as the highest commission structures in the industry. Join the largest, privately-held Verizon Wireless retailer in the United States and experience an absolutely unique career! From 2008 - 2014, we have received the Inc. 5000 award for being one of the fastest growing private companies in the country. We currently operate in 26 states and expansion plans will cover the rest of the continental U.S. over the next 6 to 8 years. Needless to say, we are experiencing unprecedented growth and opportunity across all of our markets.

We are seeking a select few of the best and the brightest sales professionals in the Greenville, Washington, and Kinston, NC territories with a desire to experience a unique wireless sales career. If you are a personally responsible, self-motivated, ethical individual with a track record of sales success, can cope with high levels of autonomy and decision making power, and want to connect with a dynamic, high performance sales teams, look no further.

Responsibilities of Wireless Sales Consultant Includes:

  • Develop new and service existing personal and business accounts
  • Provide wireless, wire-line, internet, cable, and broadband services and contracts
  • Monitor and wedge the competition through industry / product analysis
  • Recommend profitable changes in products and services
  • Resolve non-sale client opportunities
  • Contribute to team effort and success
  • Maintain knowledge of cutting edge technology

Cellular Sales Offers:

  • Monthly, representative generated scheduling for control of work-life balance and territory coverage
  • 24 hr access to multiple business offices in your territory
  • Company marketing for personal promotion through digital / print media
  • No geographic limitations for sales in North America
  • Equipment access off-site in the field
  • Highest commissions in the industry on average per sale
  • Paid, professional training and mentoring program
  • Opportunities across the country within various departments
  • A dynamic team environment combined with individual competition

Job Requirements:

  • Five Years Direct / Contract Sales Experience Minimum
  • College degree preferred
  • Effective verbal, written and interpersonal skills, positive attitude, entrepreneurial spirit
  • Strong negotiating skills, follow-up, & CRM skills
  • High energy level and self motivated
  • Eagerness to learn new devices and technology
  • A willingness to generate and follow up on leads in a professional, retail or outside sales capacity

At Cellular Sales, we recognize the hard work and dedication each of our team members apply to satisfying our customers' needs and providing them with the best possible service! Therefore, we are proud to offer our employees the most impressive commissions in the entire industry as well as excellent individual and family benefit packages.

Benefits available to the Wireless Sales Consultant include:

  • Medical Insurance (Blue Cross Blue Shield)
  • 401(k) Retirement Planning
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Health Savings Account (prescriptions, medical deductibles, dental, etc.)
  • Life Insurance
  • Long-term and Short-term Disability Insurance
  • Vehicle Fleet Discount

We operate over 560 retail stores coast to coast with over 20 years of positive growth, are an Equal Opportunity Employer, and are committed to hiring a diverse and talented workforce. For more information please visit http://joincellularsales.com

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