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Kitchen and Bath Showroom Designer (Design Sales)

ProSource Wholesale is seeking Experienced Professional Kitchen & Bath Designers. If you love a challenge and have a minimum of 4 years of proven sales and design consultation experience in the Kitchen and Bath industry, we would like to speak with you immediately. This is an opportunity to build a rewarding career at an established company and with an existing strong customer base.
ProSource is a members-only wholesale flooring and kitchen and bath source for trade professionals. As K&B Designer at ProSource you will work directly with Trade Professionals and their clients in a professionally designed showroom. This is an in-showroom position and our K&B Designers are not responsible for jobsite project management. We offer a monthly salary with the opportunity to make a generous bonus. At ProSource, we are open when our Trade Professionals are doing their business, Monday through Friday 8-5 and Saturday mornings by appointment only.


We are looking for skilled Kitchen and Bath Design professionals who are:



  • Highly organized

  • Have a strong desire to both design and sell

  • Seeking a respected sales team that will support their skills

  • Driven by exceeding sales goals

  • Extremely proficient with 20/20

  • Efficient with designing and selling multiple cabinet lines

  • Experienced at working with Trade Professionals and Consumers


Submission of a design portfolio demonstrating your design and 20/20 skills is required. A Degree in Interior Design is preferred, but not required. Industry certification is a plus. This position also requires proficiency with Microsoft Excel and Word and experience using electronic mail. Excellent spelling, grammar, written, verbal, organizational, and problem-solving skills with the ability to communicate professionally with staff and customers in a courteous, tactful and concise manner is essential.
No phone calls for this position please, submit resume for consideration.



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