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Gpc Asia Pacific - Automotive Equipment Specialist- Tasmania

GPC Asia Pacific Limited - Hobart, TAS

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Full Job Description
Going from strength to strength, GPC Asia Pacific is poised for continued growth and success. To support this exciting phase, we’re looking to appoint a permanent full time Workshop Equipment Sales Specialist.

This role would suit a motor mechanic, tyre fitter, or workshop equipment expert looking to get off the tools and move into an advising role, providing guidance to customers, doing demonstrations, all the while increasing sales (we can teach you the sales techniques you need to be successful).

Responsibilities include:
Provide customer service and advice to new and existing customers
Workshop equipment sales
Customer follow ups
Workshop equipment demonstrations and installations
After-sales equipment training

Factors that will make you successful in this role:
Proactive and driven outlook
Solid mechanical background
Enjoy working as a team
Comfort communicating in both a technical and non-technical manner
Strong relationship building skills
Prepared to still be hands on
Ability to work autonomously
An organised approach to managing a busy diary
Passion for the automotive industry

Please note that a valid and current driver’s license is essential.

Your environment:
Genuine Parts Company (GPC) is the Global Leader in automotive aftermarket parts distribution, encompassing a number of significant international businesses in USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Our Asia Pacific businesses include Ashdown-Ingram, McLeod Accessories, Motospecs and our iconic Repco Australia & New Zealand Store Network.

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