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Trainee Sales Negotiator

Are you an enthusiastic individual wanting to begin your career within property? With a strong customer focus and a market-leading reputation, our client is now looking for a Trainee Sales Negotiator to join their close-knit team. Your main responsibilities will be to work collaboratively with other members of the team and external clients to grow the business and qualify and register potential new leads.

Job Overview

up to £25,000 plus commission
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Allen Associates

Trainee Sales Negotiator Responsibilities

Some of your other duties, as Trainee Sales Negotiator, will include:


  • Generate market appraisal from potential clients
  • Develop your own portfolio
  • Gain and develop your working knowledge of Oxfordshire and its properties
  • General office administration

Trainee Sales Negotiator Experience

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is keen to take on a new career path and is passionate about property. Ideally you will be educated to degree level or equivalent although this is not essential. It is vital that you are proactive, enthusiastic and a team player. You will be driven to learn new skills and have strong communication at all levels as well as being highly organised.

Trainee Sales Negotiator Rewards

As the Trainee Sales Negotiator you will benefit from


  • Commission scheme
  • Discretionary annual bonus
  • Summer and Christmas socials
  • Clear and regular opportunities to progress


Close to Central Oxford, OX2, there are great transport links and access to local facilities.

The Company

This is a growing organisation who offer high-quality services to their customers and clients. Experts in their field, they are now seeking a Trainee Sales Negotiator to support their busy team.

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