Business Development Representative (Maryland)

First Help Financial
Maryland City, MD
Mar 20, 2017
Apr 03, 2017
Analyst, Business, Sales
Full Time
Job DescriptionFirst Help Financial is seeking a highly motivated sales professional to serve as a Dealer Business Development Representative in the state of Maryland. This individual will be charged with maintaining and growing FHF's current business and developing and growing new business by fostering and managing dealership relationships.Prior Automotive Sales background is preferred but candidates with appropriate sales experience and/or those who are recent college graduates will also be considered. Ability to speak Spanish is a requirement.This full-time position requires 40+ hours a week, Monday to Friday, and requires a considerable amount of car travel (approx. 80% travel).The following qualifications are preferred:Minimum of 1-year experience in external salesBilingual English/SpanishExceptional interpersonal and communications skillsStrong sense of initiative and passion for winning and teamworkExcellent consultative selling skillsProspecting, planning, presenting and closing skillsAbility to develop and maintain effective relationships, including cold callingStrong problem solving skills and capacity to manage difficult relationship situationsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsStrong computer skills (knowledge of Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word)Bachelor's DegreeFHF is a growing business with great opportunities for individuals to grow within the organization. The company offers competitive compensation and benefits, personalized coaching and a uniquely entrepreneurial working environment. Company DescriptionFirst Help Financial is an innovative Massachusetts-based auto finance company. Founded in 2006, the company serves customers who have limited access to financial services and are often first-time borrowers. Our goal is to provide fair and ethical lending services within the auto finance market. The founders of the company have a strong desire to help the underbanked gain access to mainstream financial products and services.