Sales Manager - Seattle
- Work from our shared office space in downtown Seattle
- Building a team of Outfitters through proactive coaching and mentorship
- Provide consistent training and development on outreach techniques, consultative selling methods, cultivating lasting client relationships , personal styling and product knowledge
- Consistently track individual Outfitter and team performance metrics through company dashboards and reporting tools
- Partner with our HQ Recruitment team to hire new Outfitters in the Seattle area
- Partner with our sales leadership team to contribute growth-oriented ideas and gain insight on how to increase the results of your territory
- Create a positive culture that motivates your team and inspires success
You may be a good fit for us if...
- You have a robust track record of success in leadership and management of a sales team (preferably, in menswear and/or custom apparel)
- You love building teams and showing others how to achieve long-term success and personal growth
- You are tech-savvy—we use online and mobile tools that you will need to adapt to quickly
- You are self-driven—you take ownership of results and are comfortable working independently/remotely
- You are an expert at consultative selling and building a book of business through various prospecting methods and generating referrals
- You are highly organized and can effectively manage a large team, business development, and recruiting activities simultaneously
- You are entrepreneurial and thrive in a fast-paced, autonomous environment
- You are passionate about high-quality clothing and customer experience
- Our offices are lively (and often loud) which means that no two days are the same and things are never boring.
- Base salary + bonuses
- Group health and commuter benefits
- Flexible time off policy
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