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SALES ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE (LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA)
  •  QUALIFICATIONS:

    1-3 Years prior clothing sales experience in Contemporary Apparel

  1. Existing relationships with Specialty Stores – West Coat/ Dallas &/or North East
  2. Comfortable with planning/booking/executing road travel for Sales Appts
  3. Experience with selling collections & feminine brands
  4. Team player – open to helping in any capacity
  5. Pro-active, problem solver mentality
  6. Good time management skills
  7. Attention to detail
  8. Comfortable on Excel a must
  9. AIMS 360 experience a plus
  • RESPONSIBILITIES:
  1. Maintain and grow current Paper Crown Boutique business in all states outside of SE Territory
  2. Maintain Monthly Updates to Account Activity Reports
  3. Maintain Accurate Bookings Reporting - Tracking % to Seasonal Goals
    1. Excel Spreadsheet Records of Dollars Booked
    2. Order Log Maintenance
  4. Participate in Major trade Shows per season
    1. Coterie NY (Sept/Feb)
    2. LA Market (March/October)
    3. Sales Support & Team Help in any necessary booth build out
  5. Regional Travel
    1. Determine best regions for key sales trips per season
    2. Plan details & book appointments for each trip
  6. Consistent Follow up with all accounts to maximize sales
  7. Seasonal projections by style & fabrication for territory
  8. Customer Service support (RAs, Order Maintenance, Credit Info, etc)
  9. Assist Director of Sales in support of Major Retailers
    1. Order Maintenance
    2. Special projects/prep for key meetings or trade shows
    3. In Store visits for market research & retail selling support

To apply please submit the following to jobs@paper-crown.com...

  1. Cover Letter
  2. Resume
  3. Answers to the following questions...
    • Please describe a time you have used persuasive skills to achieve a positive outcome for yourself or your company.
    • If you could eat one type of food for the entire year, what would it be and why?