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Sales Support Representative

AtWork Personnel Services
Sacramento, CA
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

We are hiring for Sales Support/Inside sales position in an established construction company in Sacramento!

Duties:

  • Professionally interacts with customers
  • Able to effectively build relationships with internal and external customers
  • Knowledge of construction industry and products

Qualifications:

  • Inside Sales experience
  • MS applications (Excel, Office, PowerPoint)
  • Strong organizational, problem-solving, and analytical skills.
  • Construction background

 

Company Description
For over 30 years, clients and candidates have entrusted AtWork to provide workforce solutions nationwide. With over 75 offices nationwide, AtWork specialize in executive, professional, commercial, and government verticals. AtWork utilizes a collaborative approach where we deliver quick, high-quality results. Our customizable service portfolio focuses on direct-hire and flexible workforce solutions. Since 1986, AtWork has continued to be an award-recognized leader in the staffing industry by clients, candidates, and industry professionals.

AtWork Personnel Services

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AtWork is a top-ranked National Executive Search Firm | Recognized as the on of the Fastest Growing Recruiting Firms by Forbes.

For over 30 years, clients and candidates have entrusted AtWork to provide workforce solutions nationwide. With over 75 offices nationwide, AtWork specialize in executive, professional, commercial, and government verticals. AtWork utilizes a collaborative approach where we deliver quick, high-quality results. Our customizable service portfolio focuses on direct-hire and flexible workforce solutions. Since 1986, AtWork has continued to be an award-recognized leader in the staffing industry by clients, candidates, and industry professionals.

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Sacramento, CA
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