Sales Progressor (JO0000000082)



£20,000 - 30,000/annum

Job Location
- United Kingdom -- England -- Greater London -- Canary Wharf

Job Type

12 January 2018

Rayner Personnel Vacancy



Basic Salary: £20k OTE: £30k (Negotiable – dependant on experience)

This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced SALES PROGRESSOR who is tenacious, driven and committed. You will be responsible for liaising with and updating clients on the progress of their sale. You will ensure that all parties in the chain are aware of required timescales through constant communication with solicitors, mortgage advisor and other agents. You will need to provide an exceptional level of service to clients from start to finish. The ideal candidate will be accurate and dependable, careful and thorough.

The skills required for this SALES PROGRESSOR role will include:
·Previous experience in sale progression preferred
·Excellent customer service
·Strong organisational skills
·Knowledge of the sales process
·Ability to build strong business relationships
·Confident in liaising with other sectors

Independently owned and run by the exisiting founders since 2000, our client has expanded rapidly and internationally and has become one of the market leaders within its field.

Numerous benefits include:
·5 day working week
·30 days holiday
·High basic salary
·Culturally diverse staff profile

Contact Details: If this sounds like a role that would interest you, please contact Matthew Swing at Rayner Personnel East London and City

Rayner Personnel provides a personal bespoke recruitment service to the Property Industry. We spend the time planning with you your next career move, and as far as we are able, ensure we only match you to the right positions. If you are looking for roles in the East London, including the City of London, you can chat, in complete confidence, to one of our recruitment experts. We are always receiving new opportunities and not all advertised online.

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matthew swing