Job Reference: 7227
Salary: £20k – 55k per year
Salary per: Annum
Sector: Car Dealership
Our client is a Car Dealership who are now seeking to recruit a Transaction Manager for their busy and thriving dealership in Maidstone.
Salary: £20,000 – £55,000
Location: Maidstone, Kent
Role: Transaction Manager
Transaction Manager Role:
-Reporting to the General Sales Manager, you will be coordinating the daily activities of the Sales Executives
-Focusing on enquiry management process, controlling sales deals, second-facing where needed
-Focus on your ability to sell financial solutions to our customers whilst ensuring FCA compliance at all times.
-Ideally, you will be either a Business Manager or Sales Transaction Manager working in a main dealer environment, who is looking to take the next step in their career.
-Support and training will be given to build on your existing knowledge of systems and to comply with FSA regulation
-This is a fast paced environment and you will need to be professional, approachable enthusiastic to drive the performance of your team.
-This is a fantastic opportunity with an exciting brand working for a market leading dealership group.
Basic £20,000 – OTE circa £55,000
Contact: Jamie at Jago Consultants
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