Hotel Lotus Merriam/Kansas City
Are you looking for a job with freedom and flexibility with amazing earning potential? We’re hiring a dynamic sales manager to lead our team to success. You’ll be responsible for setting the sales strategies and objectives, identifying sales targets, and evaluating the team’s sales performance to help us achieve our sales goals. If you’re a natural leader who loves exciting challenges with financial incentives, we want to hear from you!
- Create sales reports and present to the team that outline sales efforts including progress and sales volume to better determine future goals
- Evaluate the team’s sales performance and offer advice on continuous improvement
- Build and foster strong customer relationships and handle complaints to ensure their needs are met and keep their business
- Keep the company growing by identifying new sales opportunities, emerging markets, and lead generation programs
- Ensure our sales staff achieves their goals by making sales plans for each sales representative, setting individual sales targets, assigning territories, and managing their ongoing training programs
- Strong analytical skills, communication skills, and leadership skills
- Must possess a bachelor’s degree in business or a similar major
- Displays a proven track record of sales success
- At least 3 years of experience in sales management or in a leadership role in the sales department
$45,000 - $60,000 yearly
About Hotel Lotus Merriam/Kansas City
Lotus Hospitality began as a small company with a single hotel and one man’s vision to create a luxury experience accessible to everyone. From humble beginnings, Lotus Hospitality has expanded to operate seven hotels in less than a decade. Mark learned through years of hard work and experience how to capitalize on opportunities and maximize the potential of underperforming projects. From the execution of the company’s first major project in Kansas City, Lotus Hospitality’s unique new properties and historic refurbishments have changed the landscape of the city and sparked growth throughout the downtown corridor. But we’re nowhere close to finished.