Sales Superstar Wanted: $60K to $150K
Funeral Futurist Marketing is looking for people who know how to move mountains – not just
look at them. Earn $60K if you’re average, $100K if you’re good, and
$150K plus if you’re great. This is in the funeral marketing industry,
have the stuff, this is an opportunity to prove it. Matured sales
skills are a must, though training is provided to ensure you are
expert in the field of funeral home technology and marketing.
Compensation is performance-based, with huge rewards to get you to
$150K and beyond each year. To be successful, you’ll need to know how
to tactfully open doors, build a network, and get appointments from a
cold start. Must be highly self-motivated, a terrific presenter and
communicator, and expert at helping our customers get things started.
Come and take control of your career with our trend-setting company.
Our clients love us and we need earth-movers to help continue our
growth without diluting our value.
NOTE: This position is not for someone who is a funeral director
wanting to try out sales, only experienced sales professionals should
apply – funeral home experience is a HUGE plus though.
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