BlueGrace Logistics

  • Carrier Sales Internship - Riverview, FL

    Job Locations US-FL-Riverview
    Job ID
    2017-1461
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Other
    Position Type
    Intern
  • Job Summary

    Are you looking for an opportunity to define your future with a fast-growing company in a 700-billion-dollar industry? Are you money-motivated, ambitious and sales-minded? Jumpstart your career with a PAID internship at one of Tampa Bay’s Best Places to work – BlueGrace Logistics!

     

    Truckload Sales Internship

    Teammate’s key role as a Carrier Sales Intern is to help execute on the commitments BlueGrace is making to our customers.  Main job responsibilities include prospecting leads, tracking assigned loads, qualifying carriers, and selling to our carrier partners.  Our interns will leave BlueGrace with a better understanding of the transportation industry and the role it plays in business planning and decision making.  They will also see the impact it has on them as a consumer.  Interns will develop entry level sales and negotiation skills in real world transportation transactions. 

    Development skills:

    • Lead generation and qualification
    • Cold call techniques
    • Sales skills
    • Negotiation strategies
    • Customer service
    • Transportation market insight
    • Teamwork

     

     

    Learning Plan:

    Interns will develop entry level sales and negotiation skills in real world transportation transactions. In the Truckload Division, interns will specifically gain understanding of the Carrier Sales and Customer Sales cycles, while building communication, project planning and time management skills. Additionally, our program will allow for interns to learn strategies for overcoming objections through hands-on experience, and continued training lead by our Learning & Development Team.

     

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