Hunter Engineering
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Hunter Engineering Sales Representative yearly salaries in Canada

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95% Above national average
Salary estimated from 23 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

Job openings matching Sales Representative in Hunter Engineering

  1. Toronto, ON
    Hunter offers an extensive training program and ongoing training for new representatives, as well as assistance getting started.
    30+ days ago
  2. Edmonton, AB
    Hunter offers an extensive training program and ongoing training for new representatives, as well as assistance getting started.
    30+ days ago
  3. Calgary, AB
    Hunter offers an extensive training program and ongoing training for new representatives, as well as assistance getting started.
    30+ days ago
  4. Timmins, ON
    Hunter offers an extensive training program and ongoing training for new representatives, as well as assistance getting started.
    30+ days ago
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Independent contractor.
The independent nature was great. Responsibilities involved securing and maintaining relationships with customers. I also had to develop and maintain distributor and national account relationships. I learned a great deal about independent productivity, developing and presenting proposals, interacting with upper management, negotiating, and closing sales. The hardest part of the job was maintaining a network of demonstration venues as logistics were not conducive to maintaining my own demonstration equipment. The best parts of this job were the independence of answering, primarily, to myself. I also enjoyed the constant interaction with a variety of customers, developing proposals/presentations, following the sales process to conclusion, and the satisfaction of a successful customer.
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Independence, compensation
Cons
No retirement or insurance benefit participation by the company.
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Bad management caused poor working environment
I was an independent service contractor for 15 years. I enjoyed most of it until the last few years. The last 2.5 to 3 years there was no salesman so I was working double duty. I was selling, installing, training, and servicing. I did not get paid for sales either. I was at the point I was working close to or exceeding 80 hours a week. 6 days in the field and Sunday's were spent in the office catching up on paperwork, parts orders, invoices, warranty returns, etc. I didn't see any end in sight because the regional manager was making no effort to hire a salesperson. This cause many home issues, such as no vacation time. My family would take vacations without me because I wasn't able to leave the territory because there was no one else. I only took three weeks vacation the last 7 years. I switched from service to sales trying to take my life back. I was in a different territory and different regional manager. I thought things might be better. In the 3 years I did sales, I never worked the same area for a single year. I kept being moved around to different areas. Customer relationships are very important in sales and it is extremely difficult to build these relationships when you keep getting moved around. I would continually have to start over and all the deals I was working on would be yanked out from underneath me. Financially this hurt myself and the company. In all I would say be very careful with this company. You are an independent contractor with zero benefits. It is a lot of extra work to run your own business and you are at the mercy of the manager in your - 
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none
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it can take over your life with to many hours
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Good commission sales position.
All you need to do is get out of the house and meet with your customer's. You get a geographically protected territory, and your efforts will result in sales. They are the absolute best at what they build, everyone knows it, so just show up - work with the customer's needs - and the sales will follow. Your competitors say stuff like, "we are just like Hunter", but you will never find yourself making a comparison to them. Never. Your boss will not hold your hand, you just need to ask if you need help. If you are mature, can be responsible with your time if not micromanaged, then this job will work for you.
Pros
Money is good
Cons
You are a 1099 employee - or a subcontractor, so no benefits. That is why the money is good.
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Average Hunter Engineering Sales Representative yearly pay in Canada is approximately $108,991, which is 95% above the national average.
Salary information comes from 23 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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