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Window Works, a well-established and thriving Illinois Home Improvement company, is hiring an Sales Manager in Bolingbrook, IL. This is a fantastic opportunity for an individual with high energy, great people skills and strong attention to detail to join our team, make an immediate impact, and help shape our future. The Sales Manager position also offers a great opportunity for personal and professional growth to the individual who is highly motivated and dedicated.

My Window Works is a leader in the home renewal industry specializing in replacement windows, siding, and doors. We firmly believe our success has been, and will continue to be, a function of our commitment to give customers the best service experience possible. Through the use of courteous and professional communication, we create a positive and lasting impression with our customers. Before we can ensure the high standards, we first have to build a team of reliable and dedicated professionals. Every Window Works employee is an ambassador of our core values and is devoted to ensuring customer satisfaction.

The Sales Manager, reporting to the Director Of Sales, will be responsible for the achievement of our top-line sales goals through the daily management of our sales team, building and maintaining their own book of business and working with the rest of our management team to create an outstanding experience for our customers.The ideal Sales Manager will be a person of high integrity, have a strong background in outbound Sales, be strongly community-oriented and enjoy the process of being highly engaged with the Sales team to assist them in maximizing their potential. 

To the qualified candidate we offer:

  • Coaching and training  
  • Full Benefits
  • 401K
  • Company events
  • Vacation, sick days & holidays

 

Primary duties of the Assistant Sales Manager:

  • Creating and executing a clear Sales plan for our sales team
  • Hiring, training and daily management of all Sales and Sales Support team members
  • Riding along with sales team members on a weekly basis
  • Training, mentoring, and coaching sales team members to maximize their potential
  • Participating actively in weekly staff meetings, providing management team with details and insights on Sales performance

Requirements for the Assistant Sales Manager:

  • 3 years of minimum management experience
  • Ability to work Monday-Saturday
  • Demonstrated experience building strong relationships with customers and team members
  • Able to manage in a fast-paced, complex sales environment
  • Integrity
  • Leads by example
  • Detail-oriented
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Strong with follow-up and follow-through
  • High proficiency with MS Excel
  • Able to work well with a diversity of personalities and generations
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