|Location||San Francisco, CA|
|Date Posted||May 21, 2019|
GAF Energy is transforming the rooftop solar industry to generate Energy From Every Roof TM. As a Standard Industries company, GAF Energy works in partnership with North America’s largest roofing and waterproofing manufacturer, GAF, offering affordable, integrated and aesthetic rooftop solar options to residential and commercial customers. For more information about GAF Energy, visit www.gaf.energy.
What part will you play?
- GAF Energy is seeking a Solar Sales Consultant to help develop and drive the sales of our solar roofing products working directly with GAF roofing contractors in the San Francisco Bay Area
- This exciting role will report to the Vice President of Sales, and work within a cross-functional team to understand, promote, and sell our products
- This sales representative role offers competitive base compensation, benefits, and commissions for achieving sales targets
What will you be doing?
- Work with a wide group of residential roofing contractors to introduce and enhance sales of new GAF solar products to homeowners
- Frequently ride along with GAF roofing contractor sales representatives on in-home solar sales consultations to assist and lead conversations directly with the consumer
- Coordinate efforts with the local GAF Energy Territory Manager
- Manage the pipeline of activity from lead to the final installation
- Meet minimum required sales targets as set by the manager
- Other projects as required
What do we require from you?
- At least 3 to 5 years’ experience in sales with broad exposure to in home sales during this time
- At least 1-2 years’ experience in solar energy
- Need a strong and consistent communicator, upwards and downwards. Good listener.
- High energy/high sense of urgency/fast-paced and can think on his/her feet
- Entrepreneurial, self-starter and self-motivated
- Comfortable working as a team player in a start-up environment where no job is too small
- Strong ability to communicate clearly and effectively with internal and external functional teams verbally, in writing, and via presentations