Acting as the conduit between senior management and staff, a sales team leader is responsible for managing a group of people and will spend time delegating tasks, negotiating workloads, assessing performance and reporting on developments.
• Being a hard worker, motivated, proactive and enthusiastic
• Team work in sales oriented environments
• Information technology
• Time management
• Being courteous, professional and persistent
• Stress management
• Being flexible
Telesales professionals usually have qualifications in Business related areas, however as in any sales profession, skills are more important and therefore candidates with Bachelors Degrees, GCSE and other lesser qualifications are eligible for this position.
Home to many infamous sights, the southern town of Salisbury is a great place to live and work and has a thriving tourism economy. Located in the south of England, not far from Southampton, Bath and Bournemouth, there are several unmissable and world-famous tourist attractions in the area, most notably the Stonehenge. But this should not overshadow the other numerous attractions in the town, including Salisbury Cathedral, Stourhead Gardens, and Old Sarum. There are also more artisan attractions, such as the Salisbury Farmer’s Market and Charter Market, which are both great visits for tourists and locals alike.
Due to its thriving tourist demand, it is necessary for Salisbury to keep on top of its travelling options. For this reason, there are no shortage of major roads around the town, including the A36 and the A30. Salisbury train station also provides and additional means of transport to further afield locations around the south of England. Whilst Salisbury itself does not offer an international airport, Southampton airport is only 45 minutes’ drive away.