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Inside Sales

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Poseidon Media Group


Posted On: 6/20/2013




Hours:

Full-Time, Monday  - Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

Description

Inside business to business phone calls made to generate interest in advertising for the purpose of raising funds for high school and college athletics.  There are no closing skills required as all interested prospects are transferred to a professional closer.  All phone calls are made through a computer dialing system and all leads are provided by Poseidon Media Group.

Qualifications

Good communication skills, ability to multitask, must be able to give a consistent pitch on every call, must be friendly and have a positive attitude.

Compensation

$10 hr plus a minimum of 10% commission.  Commission scale goes as high as 20% and many of the current reps are in the 15% to 17% commission rate weekly.  Checks are paid every Friday and  employees are paid for the week they work.

Benefits

Blue Cross Medical and Dental offered after 120 days along with a simple IRA with up to a 3% match of W-2 wages.


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Contact Information

Steve Stenerodden Email: steve@highschoolsupport.com
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