Mar 142019

We seek perfection As the world’s oldest and best-known kitchen brand, we are constantly reinventing life in the kitchen. Accompanied by innovative ideas, we combine technical expertise, first- rate materials, craftsmanship and pioneering to what makes a Poggenpohl Kitchen unique. We seek perfection. We are looking for you. Sales Designer specializing in kitchens (m/w/d) in our exclusive Poggenpohl studio in Amsterdam As a Sales Designer you will play a crucial part in creating a unique experience for our customers. Your Responsibilities: Inspire, excite and support our customers from design concept to installation Manage projects from start to finish throughout the sales process On site visits and converting designs and quotations into sales Design kitchens using our software (SAP, Simar, Carat) and present to the customer Preparation and processing of orders in cooperation with the Headquarter in Germany Education, Skills and Experience: Excellent knowledge, experience and success in retail business in the high end kitchen or furniture market or in the top market segment of high quality and durable luxury goods. Reliable, representative, independent and systematic. Power of persuasion and target orientation. Technical insight. Very good language skills in Dutch and English. German is an advantage. High customer orientation, social competency and team orientation.   Additional information: Fulltime (including Saturday) Per Immediate Following thorough introduction by the experienced employees on site and training programs at the factory in Herford, you will be able to fulfil your ambitions autonomously and independently in an interesting and attractive employment environment. Constant support from the factory a… Original job ad is published on – For similar jobs, information on employers and career tips visit!

Match criteria: Retail, Production, Building Materials, Sales representative, Key Account Manager, 40 hours, Prov. North Holland, Non

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