Full-Time Brigade Group walk-in interview for Sales and Executive Managers
Brigade Group is one of India’s leading Real Estate Developers. Headquartered in Bangalore, Brigade Group has projects across South India. It’s diverse business portfolio spreads across Residential. Office, Retail and Hospitality domains.
We are looking for the following personnel at our Bangalore/Mysore office in Residential Sales/CRM team.
Brigade Group job openings for Sales and Executive Managers
Post Name: Manager/Senior Manager – Sales
Candidates with 10-12 years of experience in Real Estate Sales with flair for selling, good communication skills and committed to excellent customer service.
Post Name: Manager – Customer Relations
Candidates with 10-12 years of experience in managing excellent customer relationship with astute knowledge on CRM process, handling customer queries, collections, payment updation & documentation and are well versed with Tally/SAP (ERP).
Qualification: Graduate with relevant experience in Real Estate CRM.
Post Name: Executive – Sales
Smart, young graduates with high achievement, result & service oriented in Front line sales role. Must be effective communicators, detail focused & well organized with up to 3-5 years of relevant experience.
Please carry your updated resume along with duly filled application form. Visit: www.brigadegroup.com/careers for application form.
Candidates who have been interviewed in the last 6 months need not apply. If you are unable to attend the Walk-In Interview, kindly forward your resume to email@example.com
Date: Wednesday, 20th June 2018
Time:- 10AM to 4PM
Ground Floor, World Trade Center,
Dr. Rajkumar Road, Malleswaram,
Bangalore – 560 055.
Contact Person: Appalaraju– 9740013035
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