Tool Sales

  • Category
    Retail & sales - Retail / Store
  • Job type
    Direct Hire
  • Location
    Burnaby, British Columbia

Adecco is currently looking to hire sales associates for a family run tool sales and repair business in Burnaby. Our client deals with contractors, tradespeople and the general public, and has been a family owned and operated business since the 70's. As a growing business, there will be opportunities for advancement for the right candidate. The wage for this position will be 20$ per hour. This position is transit accessible.

Why accept a permanent position through Adecco?

We carefully choose our clients based on:

Quality of company culture and work environment
Competitive pay rates
Opportunities for advancement

With every client of ours, we ask ourselves would we like to work here?
Would we be happy to see our friends or family work here?

We care about our candidates. We will always try to find a position that is the right fit, and a company that is comfortable for you.

Counter Sales Associate Responsibilities:

Educate clientele about products
Assist customer is selecting the right product for their needs
Answer technical questions about tools and tool repairs
Maintain a clean and proper showroom environment

Other tasks as required

Sales Associate Qualifications:

Willingness to learn detailed information about various products
High attention to detail
Previous sales experience is an asset
Previous experience in labor with power tools is an asset
Familiarity with tradespeople is an asset

Candidates must be independent, self-managing and responsible.

If you are interested in this counter sales role, apply by clicking the Apply now button below.


  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number CA_EN_1_026527_12166396

Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Adecco’s Employment Accommodation policy. Applicants will need to make their needs known in advance to their Adecco representative.

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