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Parts Salesperson: Construction and Forestry

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Provide over-the-counter sales and administration support of parts stock

Job requirements: 

REQUIRED MINIMUM EDUCATION/TRAINING    

  • Grade 12

 

REQUIRED MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE          

  • 1-year parts sales and administration experience

 

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS         

  • Ensure stable availability of stock by ordering stock in line with branch procedure
  • Conduct regular stock counting and stocktaking
  • Responsible for stock control and stock rotation of old stock and new stock
  • Build and maintain good relationships with internal and external clients
  • Identify and timeously resolve customer queries and complaints
  • Process payments of accounts and sales and ensure accurate cash balance at all times.
  • Process sales and returns in accordance with the established procedures
  • Ensure compliance with risk and safety legislation requirements
  • Responsible for all aspects of risk management with regard to Construction and Forestry Equipment

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE/ COMPETENCIES          

  • Drivers license
  • Product Knowledge
  • Computer Literacy (MS Office)
  • Good customer services
  • Good communication

 

BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCIES 

  • Accuracy
  • Neat and presentable
  • Customer orientation
  • Punctual
  • Basic selling power
  • Good conduct
  • Learning ability

 

Closing date: 29 June 2022

 

Please note that correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. Applicants who have not heard from us within 30 days of the closing date may assume that their applications have been unsuccessful and are hereby thanked for their interest. The filling of these positions will be aligned to AFGRI's Employment Equity Policy

Reference Number: 

AO-804

Company: 

Afgri

City: 

Brits

Country: 

ZA

Salary: 

Market Related

Job Type: 

fulltime

Industry: 

Sales

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