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Look for a Sales Professional / Designer in Sunny California

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We are looking for a motivated sales professional / designer for sign and lighting sales, a professional appearance, excellent communication skills & integrity. A desire to provide advertising solutions and build rapport with clients is a must. Skills in selling non-tangible, conceptualize and problem solving with a creative mind are necessary.

Must be comfortable, cold calling, prospecting and networking to develop business relationships. Manage customer relationships to ensure customer satisfaction and secure future opportunities. Knowledgeable in up-to-date technology and working independently is required. Comfortable working in the office or out in the field.

Please email resume to: jordan@signsofsuccess.net or call 805-925-7545

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