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Sales Representative

Sales Representative Job Description
Job Scope:

Produces consistent customer and financial growth through effective lending and sales practices, with an emphasis on customer retention. Achieves targeted financial results through the proper execution of company policies, procedures and lending programs. Assists with all aspects of customer account management. Complies with all federal, state and local regulations.
Minimum Required Qualifications:

Bachelor's Degree Preferred
Assertive and positive attitude
Networking and business development skills
Strong desire to succeed in a competitive market
Satisfactory credit report, criminal background check, driving record and drug test
Reliable form of personal transportation and valid Driver's License
Responsibilities:

Effectively communicates the benefits of company products and programs during inbound and outbound sales opportunities
Ensures loan applications are complete, accurate and verified to maintain proper customer files
Explains contracts to customers thoroughly and ensures all necessary documents are completed and signed by both parties to meet federal, state and local requirements
Produces consistent customer growth through effective lending and account management practices, with an emphasis on customer retention
Assist in account management to meet minimum revenue requirements
Specific knowledge, skills and abilities:

Prior sales experience preferred
Experience in handling cash and making bank deposits
Demonstrated ability in problem solving and negotiations
Demonstrated success establishing referral partners that lead to sales increases
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Benefits and Compensation Overview:

Majority company paid Health, Dental, and Vision
401k Program
Life and Disability Insurance
Paid sick leave and personal days
Paid vacation and major holidays
Competitive hourly wages
Online and classroom training provided
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties and skills required.


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