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Job description.

Are you a Sales Progressor who has experience working for a leading housebuilder or estate agency? Then this opportunity might be the one for you!

I’m looking to recruit a Sales Progressor for a company based near Dagenham at an exciting time of expansion. On offer for this exciting role is a basic salary of £30,000 plus additional Company benefits.

You will report into the Sales Manager and will progress all new build sales from reservation to completion:

The role:

  • Manage all legal set ups of new sites
  • Responsibility for sales progression, administration, and reporting
  • Producing reports, memos, legal letters, spreadsheets, and general administration
  • Recording and inputting sales, reservations, cancellations, exchanges, handovers, and legal completions  
  • Liaise with external solicitors
  • Providing statements to assist the accounts department.
  • Creation and upkeep of plot files
  • Produce reports for the board, including spreadsheets and analytics. 
  • Responsible for dealing with and driving plot sales progression from exchange to completion
  • Review and sign-off of KYC and Anti Money Laundering procedures
  • Liaise with sales consultants and ensure they receive relevant copies of letters, price lists, memo’s, reports, and standard reporting forms

Key requirements:

  • The ideal candidate will have sales administration/ progression experience working in the New Homes industry
  • Conveyancing experience
  • You will be very organised with a good eye for detail
  • Be very customer service focused
  • Possess excellent communication skills
  • Good team player

The role is Monday to Friday, with flexi-working as another benefit.

Please apply with an up-to-date version of your CV.

N.B unsuccessful candidates will not be contacted due to the volume of applicants.

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