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Inside Sales Rep / Dating Specialist

Inside Sales Rep/Dating Specialist

Base + uncapped commission + excellent benefits program (paid holidays, medical, dental, vision, PTO & 401K).
 

EARNING POTENTIAL: $60,000-$90,000 (base + commission)

As a Dating Specialist, you will be responsible for converting leads into It’s Just Lunch clients.

YOU ARE AN IDEAL CANDIDATE IF YOU:

Are self and money motivated, positive, persistent and confident
Love selling over the phone and face to face
Have experience with emotional sales
Thrive in an independent work environment
Have a proven track record of success
Possess strong closing skills
Are passionate and enthusiastic about our company and concept
Develop rapport quickly with a variety of clientele

 
If you have sales experience our training program will transform you into an outstanding Dating Specialist.

Minimum Requirements:

 

Minimum of 2 years sales experience with a t least 1 year of inside sales. This includes a proven track record of consultative selling, setting appointments, giving presentations and closing
Results-oriented professional with self confidence, perseverance, a sense of urgency and a dynamic personality.
Able to develop qualified leads as well as continue existing client relationships
Prior experience and achievement working in an organization that provides monthly and annual production targets based on individual performance quotas.
Excellent communication and presentation skills, including strong telephone and client communications. Successful producers are proven to succeed on the phone.
Recruiting and inside sales is strongly preferred but not required.


Compensation: $60,000- $90,000 (Base + Commission)
Benefits: Paid holidays, medical, dental, PTO and 401K
 

If you are self, money-motivated, goal driven, thrive in a fast-paced environment and you want to hear more about this career opportunity, visit us at http://www.itsjustlunch.com and review our website.


We are a dynamic and entrepreneurial organization with a nationally recognized brand for over 25 years, featured in The New York Times, Cosmopolitan Magazine, NPR and on the Today Show as well as the CBS Early Show. Our clients expect an energetic and “recruiter-minded" individual to offer expertise and guidance during the interview process, as well as provide a realistic picture of potential matches for them within our service. Our fast-paced environment requires multi-tasking skills and the ability to communicate effectively.

 

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