Job Advertisement: Bathroom Sales Designer

Position: Bathroom Sales Designer
Job Type: Permanent
Salary: £20-25k Basic Salary plus commission. OTE first year £35-45k. 
Benefits: Company Pension & Private Healthcare
Location: Hickstead, West Sussex


We currently have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Bathroom Sales Designer to join the existing team at The Brighton Bathroom Company.


The Brighton Bathroom Company specialises in unique, quirky, luxurious and design-led solutions for our clients bathroom design project. Our core market are design led clients within Brighton & Hove, Sussex and London requiring a unique solution for their project. You must be well presented and comfortable liaising and selling to luxury clients either from our Bathroom & Kitchen Showroom in Hickstead or during “Home Design Appointments”. Tenacity and sales ability will be required to work within this highly dynamic, motivated & driven environment. 


The ideal candidate will have extensive experience designing luxury bathrooms and the desire to work for a company who provide design freedom due to the nature of their clients and ethos. You must possess a clear awareness of current interior design trends within the industry and be comfortable selling to high value clients. 


Experience within a company providing Design, Supply and Installation services would be an advantage as we regularly project manage the installation of our projects. Knowledge of Virtual Worlds and EQ (Easyquote) a distinct advantage but training will be provided for the right candidate. 


Due to the nature of the role it is important that you drive and have a car to attend client appointments. 


Please send your application and CV to [email protected] or call Chris Burton (MD) at the showroom on 01444 882889.


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