Trusted Recruiter logoLocation: East & West Sussex – Chichester, Rye and Crawley

THE CLIENT

Our client has been established for over 30 years and has seen significant growth within their business in the patient handling sector. Our client is very proud of the reputation they have earned over the many years in providing high-quality mobility equipment and first-class customer service into the healthcare sector, including care homes and local authorities. The priority for our client is the customers can have independence and comfort on a daily basis.

THE JOB

You will be selling and demonstrating a high-quality range of moving & handling equipment into the healthcare industry including local authorities and care home groups. You will be expected to manage your own diary on a daily basis and attend pre-booked appointments, as well as seek new business opportunities. You will also be required to make regular visits to head office 2 or 3 times per week.

THE CANDIDATE

You will have previous experience within the industry in selling and demonstrating moving & handling equipment including hoists, scooters, wheelchairs, beds and bthing. Experience in surveying ceiling track hoists and working with building contractors and architects will be advantageous. You will possess a positive and professional attitude. Motivation and drive to achieve targets and goals is highly important. Your communication skills are key in this role as you will be communicating with healthcare professionals on a daily basis to provide the best equipment for them and the individuals. A full valid UK driving licence is required.

THE PACKAGE

Base salary: £25k-£30k (depending on experience) plus a monthly commission structure.

Company vehicle provided, all IT provided, private healthcare after 1 year of service, annual holiday, pension.

To apply, please send your CV confidentially to antony@trustedrecruiter.co.uk

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