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Pro Video Sales Agent

Location: Chicago, IL

Department: Sales - Chicago

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Entry Level

AbelCine is a leading Digital Cinema and HD camera equipment supplier to the motion picture and broadcast industries. We offer sales, rental and repair and training services to the professional filmmaking community with offices in NY, CHI and LA. Our Chicago facility is currently seeking a Pro Video Sales Agent to join our department staff. This is an excellent opportunity for a dynamic, hard working individual to participate in our exciting and fast paced company.

This key position will encompass the following responsibilities: 

  • Providing an extraordinary in-person and phone customer experience for our clients
  • Assisting customers with their product inquiries by discussing application, technical and budgetary requirements, then advising accordingly
  • Help quote, make quote adjustments, and turn quotes into sales
  • Establish payment, desired timeframe and logistics details for customer and sales team
  • Ensure accurate entry of all customer information in to Salesforce
  • Assist processors and Order Execution group with accurate communication to customer on Sales Order status
  • Participating in achieving transaction goals for the team
  • Assisting account sales teams with technical product consultation

Requirements for the successful applicant:

  • Bachelors degree or equivalent combination of training and work experience
  • A minimum of one year is a sales, or customer service role
  • A core knowledge of cameras, lenses, audio, lighting and accessory products, as well as a broad understanding of our full scope of product offerings
  • A polite, friendly manner, to establish an upbeat and professional rapport with clients
  • A competitive instinct, as well as a strong desire to meet and exceed sales goals
  • Must be well organized and detail oriented
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Experience with Mac OS and Salesforce are a plus

This is a full time, non-exempt position with benefits.

AbelCine offers a highly competitive compensation and benefits package, commensurate with work experience and/or education.

AbelCine is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to promoting a diverse workplace.

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