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Purchasing Agent


Are you someone driven and self-motivated with a great personality and experience in telemarketing with warm leads? If so, we have a fantastic opportunity for someone like you! Adorama is currently looking to expand our quickly-growing Used Photo & Video Buying/Trade-In division and is seeking great personalities to join our Team of Buyers.

The Purchasing Agent will speak to potential customers who may have old electronic equipment for sale. The main objective is to convert these potential opportunities into actual buys where we receive this used merchandise in exchange for appropriate compensation.. The Purchasing Agent must have a great ear for active listening to understand the needs of our used equipment sellers and customers, educating them about market resale value and depreciation, especially with electronic or digital goods.



  • Once the Manager delegates warm leads to the Team, you are responsible for the full life-cycle of the customer’s transaction with you.
  • Ability to take a warm lead and follow through to encourage closing by using our simple and safeguarding process.
  • Following-up with customers once you’ve made contact to ensure all questions about selling us their used equipment are properly & swiftly answered.
  • Capturing important knowledge about our buying and appraisal process to ensure you deliver the best service to the customer and increase the closing potential.
  • Listening carefully to the seller’s needs to identify their potentially valuable merchandise and set terms and expectations for selling to Adorama.
  • Operating phone and e-mails to help you follow-up on your pipeline of warm leads.
  • Utilize a consultative sales approach to explain our Used/Trade-In Program and services.
  • Be an effective closer and understand what aspects of your experience and resources available to you will help you close a transaction.
  • Assist with complaint follow up, including evaluation, testing, investigation and ticket/case closeout.
  • Execute tasks in a timely manner and completes work with minimum supervision.
  • Manage your leads/calendar/time efficiently to ensure that all your transaction goals are met.
  • Follow and comply with company policies, procedures, goals, objectives and all regulatory requirements.
  • Additional duties as assigned by management.
  • This position provides a base pay as well as an attractive commission opportunity.


We at ADORAMA believe in respecting & encouraging diversity and as such we gladly abide by all EEOC regulations. We will never turn down a qualified employee based on race, religion, gender, sexual-identification, disability, or any other protected class. All jobs are and will continue being awarded based on merit.

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