Sales Representative – Arkansas / Louisiana

February 25, 2014

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Sales Representative – Arkansas / Louisiana

Employee Type: Full-Time
Industry:  Chemical, Funeral – Cemetery
Job Type:  Sales, Marketing
Education: 4 Year Degree or Mortuary Science Degree
Experience: At least 3 year(s) funeral service experience
Travel:  Road Warrior
Relocation Covered:  No – Must currently live in Arkansas or Louisiana
Pay:  Base plus Commission

Pierce Chemical Company is a nationally recognized full service mortuary supply company based out of Dallas, Texas. We have sales representatives throughout the United States. We have been in business since 1935 and are now a part of Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc., one of the largest funeral supply organizations in the United States and Canada.

Position Overview:
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
  • Maintain quality relationships with established and prospective customers through call route planning
  • Identify customer needs through the use of consultative selling
  • Make product presentations to various size groups
  • Conduct on-going product training with our customers


  • Some college or graduate of an accredited mortuary science program
  • 60% overnight travel
  • 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 Lance Ray @ [email protected]

No phone calls or faxed resumes please.  All inquiries will be kept confidential