Sales Consultant


Turners Cars is part of the Turners Automotive Group and we're very proud to have been helping Kiwi's buy and sell used vehicles for over 50 years.

To ensure we are around for at least another 50 years we are looking for people who are driven and as passionate about the industry as we are, who demonstrate integrity and believe in team collaboration, working toward the same goal – to be the best in our field!

We are currently seeking motivated and driven sales professionals to actively contribute to the ongoing success of our teams based in South, East and West Auckland. 

We are looking for applicants who have a strong customer services ethic and who have the ability to negotiate and close deals, in turn achieving sales targets and contributing to the growth of our business whilst being richly rewarded.

The successful candidate will possess the following;

  • Proven success in a sales role;
  • The ability to build rapport with a wide range of clients;
  • Drive, Initiative, Ambition, Self-motivation and the desire to Succeed;
  • A team player, with a positive and mature outlook;
  • A full drivers licence (manual & automatic)

Uncapped earning potential, ongoing training, a company car and discounted Southern Cross Health Insurance are just a few of the benefits that are on offer for the right candidate.

Here at Turners Cars we pride ourselves on being a true kiwi success story.  We value our people and believe that they are key to our success.  We look for candidates who are aligned to our Company Values; People who demonstrate integrity in all of their dealings, who work together as part of a team and are customer driven, people that have a passion for what they do and believe that anything is possible

Does the idea of working for a well-established, progressive Kiwi company where your opportunities are boundless appeal to you? Don’t hesitate, take control and Apply Now!

Permanent Full Time

Job no: FNAL97111

Location: Penrose, Manukau, Panmure, New Lynn, Takanini, Botany

Closing Date: Saturday, 13 July 2019

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