Location: Las Vegas, NV / Ontario, CA - Southwest Region
Sell tool storage product to end-users. Work with franchisees and mobile company stores to increase tool storage product sales. Display various new and popular tool storage units and get assistance from franchisees to close sales. Visit customers on assigned routes to help reach maximum sales potential.
Sell tool storage product to end-users.
Visit customers on routes, showing tool storage product and working with franchisees and mobile company stores to close sales. Write and sign quotes with end-users.
Operate tool storage van, showing product to customers
Order and merchandise tool storage product on van, which is similar in size and style to that of a franchisee.
Operate tool storage van, selling tool storage with franchisees and mobile company store managers in order to attain sales, margin and profit targets.
Work with franchisees and store managers in increasing revenue by leveraging Blue-Point and RWD expansion, improving consumable sales.
Maintain accountability for corporate assets in the form of tool storage product.
Operate van in compliance with the Snap-on program.
Operate van according to safety guidelines.
Interact with franchisees, company stores, and FPT members to ensure coordination of programs and policies, and to share best practices.
Work with FPT members and franchisees to help region meet sales goals.
Attend sales meetings as required to keep current on tool storage products and promotions.
High school diploma.
Bachelor's degree a plus.
Sales or sales management experience and retail experience a plus.
Experience in business and related positions.
Valid driver's license. Ability to drive 16'x20' vehicle 70-85% of the time.
Ability to lift 50 pounds frequently (below shoulder height), and more than 50 pounds occasionally (using forklift or other lifting device).
Successful completion of Snap-on training programs.
The following individual characteristics and competencies are particularly important:
High energy level and highly motivated
Results driven set and achieve goals
Strong communication skillsinterpersonal, relationship building, presentations, verbal/written, listening
Persuasive and influential
Strong core values
Covered Drivers have the professional obligation to operate vehicles in accordance with federal, state, and local laws and codes. Furthermore, every associate has the moral responsibility to exercise safe conduct, good judgment, and common courtesy toward the general public, motorists, and pedestrians.
All drivers must be 18 years of age or older, and 21 years of age or older if driving a DOT-regulated truck.
The driver must possess a valid state driver's license, and must have had it for 36 consecutive months prior to employment.
The driver must adhere to all interstate and intrastate driver's license requirements for the type of vehicle they are driving.
The driver must pass initial alcohol and drug tests in accordance with policies prior to hire.
A candidate considered for employment must produce a Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) with no major violations and no more than two minor violations within the last three years prior to hire.
The driver must be able to read, write and speak the English language.