Independent Sales Consultant

Neighbourlink NZ
People use Neighbourlink to discover great, local businesses & services

Are you outgoing, do you enjoy meeting and talking to new people, and are you be a motivated self-starter who can handle rejection. If that sounds like you – the rewards are there.

There’s no upper income limit to pay for commission-based sales representatives, income varies depending on the number of sales a rep closes successfully.

There are no standard hours of work for you to punch into and out of an office. You have complete control over your schedule.

As Neighbourlink services are available to a wide range of industries which offers a significant pool of potential buyers.

Sales representatives do some or all of the following:

Find and contact potential clients, and develop sales ideas to attract more clients
Visit clients to talk about why a business listing helps their business
Arrange payment and set up listings or keep them up to date
Creating listings content (text, video, photos, links etc)
Answer client inquiries, deal with complaints and arrange for resolution of errors
Promote businesses when looking for recommondations.
Create Posts to advertise news and updates on the Noticeboard (eg Sales)

Skills and Knowledge you need to have:

Knowledge of the products or services they are selling
Skill in advertising, presenting or promoting the products or services they are selling
Business, marketing and basic accounting skills.
Social skills and motivation

Work conditions

Spend a lot of time traveling locally or around the country to meet with clients
Generally, work normal office hours, but may sometimes work evenings or weekends to meet customers’ needs
Often work in stressful conditions as they usually have sales targets to reach