Diagnostics Sales Developer

Job Locations US-ME-Auburn
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The successful candidate will be responsible for the demonstration, training and sale of advanced Diagnostic equipment to our Snap-on Franchisees and customers. The successful candidate will be experienced in automotive diagnostics and have previous sales experience. The successful candidate must have a good understanding of electronic equipment, be self-motivated with the ability to work effectively within a team environment. A vehicle for business use, flexibility to travel and a valid driver’s license, are required.  Successful candidates have come from fields such as Service Advisors, Mechanics, Service Technicians, Service Managers, Shop Owners, etc.
Job Responsibilities:
·        Direct sale of Diagnostic products to shop owners
·        Perform business evaluation/coaching rides with Franchisees
·        Teach product and sales skills to Franchisees
·        Secure orders for additional Diagnostics products
·        Demonstrate products to customers
·        Perform product training to customers
·        Attend field meetings to present promotions
·        Staff and support trade-shows, and attend sales meetings as required
·        Perform customer education/sales seminars
·        Maintain assigned inventory levels
Job Requirements:
·        Understanding and operation of electronic equipment
·        Self-motivated with the ability to work effectively within a team environment
·        Excellent PC skills and Internet experience
·        Territory management
·        Vehicle for Business use and Valid Driver’s License
Snap-on Diagnostics offers a competitive compensation package:
Ø      Base Salary + Commission + Bonus with a potential to earn $90,000 plus annually
Ø      Comprehensive benefits, tuition and pension plan
Ø      Opportunities for growth and development.
Snap-on is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran


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