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San Diego, Orange and Imperial Counties

Accreditation Director

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BBB of San Diego Orange & Imperial Counties


Posted On: 2/24/2014




BBB of San Diego Orange & Imperial Counties

Hours:

Full-Time

Description

Prospects, qualifies and generates sales leads. Also, utilizes company leads to expand current

customer base and follows-up on all leads promptly. Responds to requests from individual 

accredited businesses in a timely manner.

2. Contacts customers via telephone, provides information and follows-up with customer as 

needed and requested. Maintains frequent telephone contact in a manner which encourages 

enthusiasm for the organization.

3. Processes customer applications and works collaboratively with internal counterparts to 

minimize processing errors and issues. 

4. Attends meetings to represent the organization as requested.

5. Surpasses profitable sales goals for the company.

6. Reevaluates work on an ongoing basis to increase market share.

7. Performs clerical duties to include data entry and maintenance of CRM system.

Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty 

satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or 

ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to 

perform the essential functions.

Compensation

Salary + bonus


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Contact Information

Anne Von Dyl Phone Number: 858-637-6199 Email: avondyl@sandiego.bbb.org
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