Customer Service Role Ideal for Recent College Grad

Are you a recent college graduate who would like to get into sales?  You will start out in customer service and as you learn more about the business move into inside sales with the potential for assuming an outside sales role – so there is plenty of opportunity for growth!
My client, Hubbard-Hall (Waterbury, CT), one of the nations most experienced chemical distributors and manufacturers, is currently looking to hire a talented and competitive individual who will thrive in a fast-paced sales environment.   
As one of CT’s 2016 Top Workplaces, Hubbard-Hall offers a great culture that promotes career development, provides competitive medical, dental and vision benefits, encourages health and wellness, sponsors 50% reimbursement for gym memberships, supports a fun committee that promotes activities to engage employees and help them get to know one another better, and there is free coffee and monthly luncheons!  
You will play a fundamental role in helping the company to achieve its ambitious sales growth objectives. You must be comfortable making calls to leads and prospects, writing effective emails, generating interest, qualifying prospects and closing sales.  
If you enjoy talking to customers and prospective customers this is the position for you! 

Desired Skills – Able to:
·        Manage new sales opportunities through inbound lead follow-up 
·        Make outbound cold calls and emails to create opportunities 
·        Follow company CRM processes and procedures (training will be provided) 
·        Understand customer needs and requirements 
·        Close sales and achieve quotas 
·        Research accounts, identify key players and generate interest 
If you background/experience and interests are a match for this position, at your very earliest convenience, please email your resume to:; 860-267-2690 

Karla Hammond

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