Route Sales Career Opportunity Henderson Wholesale- Welsh

Route Sales Career Opportunity

Full Time • Henderson Wholesale- Welsh
 
 
 
Route Sales Career Opportunity 
 
Henderson Wholesale, a distributor of Hunt Brothers Pizza and a 55-year-old family business whose passion is to enhance convenient stores with delicious pizza welcomes you!  
We specialize in delivering an unforgettable experience to our customers, team members, and community. If you want to belong to a team that does that well every day, Henderson Wholesale may be a great fit for you.  
Our clients are Convenience Store Owners in the Rural & Urban Markets. If you have experience working with this type of client – or want that experience – you may be a great fit for our Route Sales Position.  
 
Job Responsibilities:  
  • Identify and manage inventory par levels at customer locations. 
  • Know your product, know your company, know your audience. 
  • Provide Super Service through clear and consistent communication with customers, team members and District Manager. 
  • Be able to lift 30lbs at a time and push a dolly with up to 300+ pounds.  
  • Build on current business relationships to drive revenue growth  
  • Maintain the highest possible working and driving safety standards.  
 
You may be a great fit for this position if you: 
  • Have post high school training\education and sales courses   
  • Have intermediate to advanced technology skill set, prior use of propriety software, Microsoft Office, and portable printers\scanners\credit card readers (CRM experience a plus).  
  • Have a verifiable work history  
  • Are able to pass a drug test and criminal background check with a positive driving record 
  • Are able to pass Department of Transportation (DOT) physical 
 
What we offer you:  
  • $60,000 to $95,000 (+) Compensation  
  • Extensive company paid training  
  • Competitive PTO accrual plan  
  • Robust benefits package including group health, dental, Employee Assistance Program, group with voluntary life, short-term and long-term disability coverage  
  • Company vehicle and gas card  
  • Company provided laptop, tablet, and cell phone line  
  • 401(K) with company match  
  • Tuition assistance  
  • Generous Associate purchase discount at Henderson locations.  
 
Compensation: $60,000.00 - $95,000.00 per year

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.





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