Customer Service Rep / Dating Director

Location: Hallandale Beach, FL

Department: Customer Service

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Entry Level

Compensation: $12 hourly + bonuses + excellent benefits (medical, dental, vision, PTO & 401K)
Hours: Full-Time, Monday - Friday
As a Dating Director you will work with our clients by managing their memberships.

Some of your responsibilities will include:

  • Maintaining strong relationships with clients
  • Taking inbound and placing outbound calls
  • Researching, selecting and presenting matches to clients
  • Scheduling dates and appointments
  • Overcoming objections
  • Documenting communications with clients
  • Obtaining and applying client feedback
  • Attending additional trainings
  • Meeting quotas and achieving bonuses
  • Working effectively with customer service and sales team


  • 2 + years customer service and/or sales experience
  • Upbeat, positive and energetic – we setup fun, first dates!
  • Self-motivated, confident, organized, detail-oriented and punctual
  • Strong phone presentation
  • Excellent communication and follow-up skills
  • Ability to work with upscale professionals
  • 2 year degree preferred


We are a dynamic and entrepreneurial organization with a Internationally recognized brand, featured in
The New York Times, Cosmopolitan Magazine, NPR and on the Today Show as well as the CBS Early


At its core, It’s Just Lunch is about people. Being part of the IJL team means having the opportunity to
change peoples’ lives on a daily basis. We have gathered a positive, supportive and motivating team to
work with our clients and guide them through this exciting time. If you are interested in joining our
team, please apply today!
Be sure to visit us at www.itsjustlunch.comfor more information on our company!

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