Sales Moving Consultant for Arrowsmith Moving & Storage

We are looking for a motivated inside salesperson to join our team to grow into a Moving Consultant position within our Van Lines Agency. In this role, you will be responsible for closing new sales leads to help us achieve our goals. The successful candidate will be outgoing, organized, and demonstrate a passion for sales and delivering great service to our customers. If you are looking to grow your sales career, then this is the position for you!


Duties of a Moving Consultant:

  • Processing a high volume of customer inquiries.
  • Creating estimates for sales calls and moving services. This includes local and long-distance moving.
  • Responsible for completing in-home surveys/estimates for residential moves.
  • Ensuring existing accounts are maintained to meet customer satisfaction.
  • Taking phone calls from customers and scheduling at their homes.
  • Communicating internally important feedback from customers.
  • Dealing with and responding to high volumes of emails.
  • Assist with identifying and securing opportunities for revenue and growth.

Requirements for the role:

  • High organizational skills and ability to manage several projects at the same time.
  • Ability to prioritize own workload and adhere to strict deadlines.
  • Strong communication skills, verbal and written.
  • Well versed with basic software programs in Microsoft Office.
  • A sales background.
  • Must be detail-oriented.
  • A team player with a high level of dedication.
  • Have own reliable transportation or company vehicle to be supplied depending on the candidate.

This position pays a base plus commissions.


We have an immediate need for a full time person to fill this position.



  • Plan, Organize and Coordinate Movement of Shipments
  • Effectively Communicate Instructions/Information to Drivers, Agents and Employees
  • Maintain Manifest History of Dispatched Orders
  • Update Orders, Communicate and Diarized Pertinent Information
  • Provide Support/Assistance to Agents, Drivers and Employees

Skills & Qualifications

  • Microsoft Office, AtlasNet & AS400 experience an asset
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and problem-solving skills
  • Time Management skills necessary to complete workload
  • Team Orientated
  • Preference will be given to those who have
  • industry/HHG dispatch experience.


8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Monday to Friday


8:00 am to 12:00 pm

One Saturday per month


Short Title Here

Senior Coordinator of Longish

Help Desk / Support Specialist

Part Time Position Closes Nov 25


Clever Moving Tips To Make Your Move Easier

Moving is an event that everyone can relate to. Whether you are moving to your first home, upsizing, downsizing, or even relocating for work, we all go through the process at some point in our lives.


There is a lot that goes into making a move successful and the process is time consuming to say the least. As professional movers we’ve shared some of our best tips on how to save money on a movepack like a pro, and even settle in to a new city. But we wanted to hear first hand from you what tips and tricks you’ve learnt from your own experiences to make moving easier.


We ran a social media contest asking the public to submit their best moving tips for the chance to win a gift card to Home Depot and have their tip featured here in an Atlas Canada blog.


We were amazed by all the different tips we received and after much deliberation, narrowed it down to our 3 winners. Each tip was chosen for practicality and the ability to think outside of the box. Keep reading to see what our winners had to say and don’t forget to check the Atlas Canada Facebook page for more monthly contests!


Tip 1: Keep track of everything


Have a notebook for keeping track of all the things you have to do. Utilities to terminate and new accounts to open. All the persons and companies you have to notify of your address change. The dates completed, persons you speak with and confirmation numbers will all be in one place.”
– Susan H.


When it comes to staying organized while moving, it’s easy to lose track of what needs to be done. Having a notebook to write down your progress and to do list can put your mind at ease as well as help you stay focused during a busy time.


Tip 2: Use detail when labeling boxes


“When I label my moving boxes, I go into more detail than just writing “Bathroom” or “Bedroom.” I’ll list some of the main contents so that I can easily find items when I’m unpacking or when I’m trying to survive those first few days of having my life in boxes. So instead of just “Kitchen”, for example, my label will be “Kitchen: mixing bowls, strainers, cutting boards”. It is a little extra work up front but saves so much time in the end!”
– Alison G.


Labelling boxes is very important when moving because it allows you and the movers to know exactly where everything goes. This tip alone will speed up the moving process drastically. But taking it one step further and writing down specific items within the box will make finding whatever you need, when you need it, that much easier.


Tip 3: Use coloured tape or labels


“Use different colored tape to seal the boxes for each room you pack. Then when you arrive at your new home you can easily stick the coloured tape on each room’s wall and everyone will know which box goes where.”
– Monica L.


Coloured tape is a creative and effective way of showing which room each box should go in when unloading your belongings. For example, all the kitchen boxes could have blue tape on them and the kitchen door itself could have a blue sticky note to direct all helpers. Colours are easily seen from a distance making the unloading process much quicker and more efficient.

Gardening Tips And Tricks

To celebrate the beginning of spring, we ran a social media contest asking the public to submit their best gardening tips.


The top 3 tips were selected to win a gift card to a garden centre of their choice and have their tip featured in an Atlas Canada Blog. The entries poured in from all across Canada and we were truly amazed by the knowledge, expertise and even humour added to these tips. Keep reading to see what our winners had to say and check out the Atlas Canada Facebook page Atlas Canada Facebook page for more monthly contests!


Tip 1: Use Organic Waste


“I use banana peels, coffee grounds, and egg shells to grow my garden. I chop my banana peels and add them to my soil around the garden. Bananas add potassium and nitrogen to the soil and it works similar to a slow-release fertilizer. The coffee grounds I also use for blueberries and azalea flowers mostly as they love acid. The eggshells I never throw out; I let them dry, crush them and then add them to the soil for extra calcium and to prevent vegetables from Blossom rot.”
– Barb M.


Who knew kitchen waste can be such a great organic fertilizer for your garden! Aside from using banana peels, coffee grounds and egg shells, citrus fruits can also be used to keep pests away from plants. However, it is important to note not all waste is good waste. Leave out any grease, oils, meats and dairy products as it will lead to a sloppy mess.


Tip 2: Use Wildlife to Your Advantage


“When you plant carrots, wait until rabbits come around your garden. If they sniff your carrots then don’t try any, you know they’re not ready yet. If they take one out of the ground, they’re ready! Rabbits know best!”
– Olivia A.


Attracting animals to your garden isn’t always a bad thing. Animals can sense when produce is ready for picking and if plants are poisonous. Toads, bats, and lizards help decrease the population of unwanted insects. Their arrival indicates that you have a healthy ecosystem to sustain them.


Tip 3: Fish as Fertilizer


“Use fish heads to grow the biggest and best tomatoes as it provides nitrogen and calcium during decomposition. Most gardeners will use the head, but any part will work. These nutrients encourage healthy leaf and branch growth.”
-Jo-Anne P.


Other than growing the biggest and best tomatoes, fish fertilizers provide natural nutrients to soil to help grow many different kinds of crops. The best way to use the left over pieces of fish is to blend or grind the scraps, then work it into the soil. Make sure to bury it deep to avoid attracting unwanted animals. The only disadvantage about using fish fertilizer is that it can sometimes be a bit smelly!