Sales Consultant

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Tidal Communications, LLC.


Posted On: 1/11/2013




Description

Tidal Communications supports small and medium size New England businesses with their telephone, video surveillance and IT requirements.  We are currently seeking associates with the ability to sell and support the services and products Tidal Communications provides including: Manufacturers: Avaya IP Office Telephone Systems Adtran Router, Switches and Wireless products Video Surveillance Systems from multiple manufacturers. Services: tNet Hosted Telephones and SIP trunks Internet circuits from multiple suppliers IT computer, network and firewall support

Qualifications

Responsibilities for this position include: Identifying new opportunities Fact finding, configuration and proposal development/presentation, assisting in the installation and ongoing support of customers

Compensation

Tidal Communications provides a base plus commission with total target compensation at $60,000.00 when objectives are achieved along with a full benefits package including 401k.  Please email resume to info@tidalcom.com for consideration.


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Contact Information

Phone Number: Email: info@tidalcom.com
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