Full-Time Territory Managers and Frontliners – Business Development – Cease Fire
Cease Fire is looking for Territory Managers and Frontliners for Business Development
India’s most trusted and exponentially growing fire safety and security brand is looking for
Territory Managers – Business Development
Frontliners – Business Development
(Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Cochin, Coimbatore, Madurai, Vijayawada, Vizag, Hubli & Other Major Towns of South India)
You could be a fresh MBA in marketing or with 2 to 3 years of selling experience. Essential pre-requisites are a flair for sales and excellent communication skills. The role would involve reaching out, relationship building and selling Ceasefire’s fire safety and security solutions to corporates, institutions, commercial establishments and top-notch blue-chip organisations in India.
In addition to attractive salaries, perks include excellent incentives, conveyance, Mediclaim and other attractive earnings, including an opportunity to earn a car/bike. You also get an opportunity to head a Ceasefire branch location in just two years, under the Ceasefire’s Executive Leadership Program.
Plot No. 4, Second Floor, Sector – 135,
Noida – Greater Noida Expressway,
Noida – 201 301,
Uttar Pradesh (India)
Telephone: +91 120 7154114
Fax: +91 120 7154115
How to ApplyInterested candidates, please visit our website's Careers section at www.ceasefire.in/careers to apply.
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