Becoming a Trainee Sales Negotiator is a wonderful opportunity has arisen for a someone who is looking to start a career in Estate Agency.
As a Trainee Sales Negotiator, you will be performing similar tasks of a Sales Negotiator, just on a smaller scale and with more administrative duties.
In general, your responsibilities will include: meeting clients, booking and conducting viewings, qualifying and registering new tenants, generating new business and ensuring all administration is completed when a new offer is made, assuring the sale is wrapped up smoothly.
In return, you will receive a competitive starting salary package and future potential. As for salary expectations, trainee sales negotiator positions usually pay around £13,000pa with an OTE of approximately £20,000 – considering graduates in other fields start off as unpaid interns, this is hardly something to frown at. If you can prove to be a worthy employee, career progression is quick within sales, so you can expect to see your salary doubled after just one year.
The most common requirements to become a Trainee Sales Negotiator:
Although no previous estate agency experience is necessary to become a Trainee Sales Negotiator, you will preferably have some experience in a sales or customer facing role, have fantastic communication skills and a sales mentality.
The ideal candidates as a Trainee Sales Negotiator will have a background in sales, have excellent customer service skills, may previously have had telephone sales experience and thrive in a targeted environment; you will be ambitious, self-motivated and work well in a team. Previous experience in residential sales, lettings or an industry with recognisable transferable skills would be a distinct advantage.
A Trainee Sales Negotiator’s common Personal specification is:
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- The motivation to succeed
- Ability to show resilience and to make the most of any opportunity
- A professional and confident manner
- A team player
- Full driving licence and car essential.
- Sales experience or Sales/Customer facing role
- High level of customer service
- Good telephone manner
- Well-presented and well-spoken
- Ambitious and Self-Motivated
- Well-spoken and articulate
- Local knowledge of the area
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