Sales Representative – West Hartford, CT
Elm-Cap Industries is a locally recognized full service funeral supply company based out of West Hartford, CT. We have been in business since 1915 and are a Franchise of Paws & Remember, Distributor of Signet Supply and a Licensee of Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc., one of the largest funeral supply organizations in the United States and Canada.
Develop and maintain partnerships with funeral home customers by providing unique multi-faceted solutions and product advice.
- Call on funeral home customers to develop relationships and identify needs
- Identify customer needs through the use of consultative selling
- Make product presentations to various size groups
- Conduct on-going product training with our customers
- Graduate of an accredited mortuary science program
- Must live within the geographical area
- Strong communication and presentation skills
- Intermediate computer skills, including but not limited to, Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel, and Outlook.
To Apply: Send resume to Tommy Abbate’ @ firstname.lastname@example.org
No phone calls or faxed resumes please. All inquiries will be kept confidential
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