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Eastern Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island and Vermont

Sales Position @ Burns Power Tools, Sell to Woodworkers & Contractors

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Burns Tools


Posted On: 1/9/2013




Burns Tools

Description

Blue-Collar Sales Opportunity in the Southern Massachusetts /? Rhode Island area.?

Founded in 1934, Burns Tools is a privately owned company of 20 employees that has become a major industrial supplier specializing in power tools, heavy duty machinery, full service sharpening, repair services, and related accessories and supplies.?

We are seeking aggressive, entrepreneurial-minded candidates who possess the following skills: ability to prospect, close the sale and build long lasting relationships with customers, account maintenance, and one who his highly motivated and performance driven.? Previous tool experience preferred.?

As a Burns sales rep, you will be responsible for:
- Maintaining & Growing existing accounts.? Our customers include Millwork companies, Woodworkers, Contractors, & Boatbuilders.?
- Sales Growth.? Seeking out new potential accounts.?
- Product promotion, including demonstrations.?
- Weekly pickup & delivery of saw blades for sharpening

You will be put in a position to succeed with a vast array of products, including Power Tools, Machinery, Abrasives, Cutting Tools, as well as the opportunity to sell Sharpening and Repair Services.?

We offer a Salary plus Commission pay structure, 401(k) with company match, Medical Insurance, and more.

Go to www.BurnsTools.com for more information about our company. To apply for this position, send your resume to us by clicking the "REPLY TO POST" button above.

Compensation

Salary + Commission likely to be in the $30k range to start.


TOOLS TOOLS

Contact Information

Email: webmaster@burnstools.com
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