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Jamie Stern: Furniture, Carpet and Leather
Jamie Stern: Furniture Carpet and Leather is expanding! We are on the hunt for a vibrant and highly motivated representative to cover our New England territory, including but not limited to Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. As the driving force behind our mission, our sales team provides our accounts with a personalized approach to specifying and designing our products. We desire an organized individual who is well spoken, up for a challenge and ready to work with the best in the industry. You will have the amazing opportunity to pursue the A&D community to generate sales, while sharing and creating enthusiasm for the Jamie Stern brand. We offer salary plus commission, great benefits, and most importantly the opportunity to work with an energetic team and maximize your earnings!
Sales representatives with Jamie Stern:
Set and maintain an active outside sales schedule by contacting both new and existing accounts (All firms - hospitality, corporate and residential)- knowledge of CRM systems a plus
Manage potential and ongoing projects alongside your inside sales team
A strong desire to learn and understand our products through training and presentations industry events and trade shows
Ability to analyze and understand the market as well as detect the client’s needs and respond accordingly
A successful candidate:
Has a minimum of 2+ years of sales experiences within the A&D market
A love for all things industry oriented - design, color, texture, creativity
Displays impeccable spoken and written communication skills as well as presentation skills.
Is a team player who interacts daily with the industry’s best sales support
In 1990, Stern founded Jamie Stern offering furniture, carpet, and leather to the corporate, hospitality and residential design community. “Ultimately, I saw the way furniture and textile companies were being run, and I felt there was a missing ingredient,” says Stern. “I sought to create a more user-friendly company with a deep understanding of architect and designer needs.” This philosophy centered on a closer working relationship between sales and manufacturing. By controlling the manufacturing, the sales organization would be able to extend the standard catalog to include custom furniture, rugs and leather to the design community.