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French Sales Job, Dublin, Sigmar Recruitment

Published 2022-10-01
Expires 2022-11-01
ID #1195737812
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French Sales Job, Dublin, Sigmar Recruitment
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published October 1, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: French sales job


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Job description About Your New Employer My client is within the Health Insurance Industry and is recognised globally and are now looking to recruit a Sales Advisor with fluent French. About Your New Job as Sales Advisor You will be responsible for all new sales enquiries and driving opportunities You will have administrative tasks alongside phone calls You will deliver the highest level of customer care You will ensure product and service knowledge is always up to date Skills You Need Fluent French and English Proven track record in a contact centre/customer service/sales environment Excellent interpersonal, communication and influencing skills What’s on Offer Great salary + commission + benefits Hybrid on offer - 2 days in office/3 home, office in Dublin 4 ​

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