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A Carter Lumber Outside Sales Coordinator is responsible for providing support to the outside sales program and professional customer service to contractors. This is accomplished by acting as a point of contact for outside sales representatives and contractors by supplying advice, performing estimates and processing orders. Handling sales transactions, inventory control and communication are all components of this position. A strong belief in the mission and goals of the company are necessary to this position.
Requirements to be Considered for the Position:
Previous experience in a sales/customer service environment
Previous knowledge and experience in the building materials industry
Ability to read blueprints and understand construction practices
Ability to multi task, organize, prioritize and coordinate work activities
Friendly, outgoing personality
Ability to participate effectively as a team member
Ability to work a flexible schedule, including weekends and holidays
Responsibilities of the Position:
Assists in building and maintaining relationships with contractor customers by providing superior customer service.
Acts as a point of contact at the store by supplying advice and information on products, estimates and delivery scheduling.
Ensures all lines of communication are tied together.
Assists the outside sales program to ensure that sales and profit goals are met.
Processes orders and ensures that materials are available for timely shipment.
Ensures all company policies and procedures are followed.
Other duties as assigned.
Performs material take-offs from a variety of blueprints in a timely manner.
Reviews construction documents and understands material to bid to provide accurate take-offs and adequate support.
Knowledge & Training:
Identifies personal growth needs and learning opportunities.
Completes required orientation and safety training.
Commits to continued learning on products, packages, procedures and more.