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Sales And Marketing

Hiring Deadline: Open until filled
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Zip Code: 30328
Industry: All
Employer: Kinetic Marking Group
Job Tracking ID: 1378242037
Job Description:
Kinetic Marking Group is one of the leading firms in Georgia that specialize in marketing and sales. Our innovative and proven business models have pushed us time and again to the forefront of a highly competitive sales and marketing industry.

Kinetic is an outsourcing direct marketing company that represents Fortune 500 clients in Metro Atlanta. We work on their behalf by building relationships between our clients and their customers. It is our goal to assist our clients in customer retention, as well as, acquire new accounts.

Recently expanding as an organization, Kinetic is known for providing full training, having a strong belief in personal development, and only promoting from within the company. Due to our success in Metro Atlanta and our focus on personal development, we plan to expand, opening up three new markets and taking on new clients within the next year.

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Job Requirements

Kinetic is an organization developed on the belief that an approach to business and marketing based on personal communication will always be more effective and meaningful than the latest technology craze. We are a business focused on the understanding that our people are our future & therefore we want to coach them into a management position. We strive to provide an entrepreneurial environment dedicated to developing successful business leaders.

Our success as an organization is a result of maintaining high standards within our firm and working with only those interested in business management and capable of becoming the best of the best at leading others. We focus on one on one face to face sales with consumers. Learning the basics in our sales model is an important key in the expansion of our company and in diversifying our client portfolio for future ventures.

We promote only from within our own company and reward employees with unlimited potential for advancement into a management. Pay is based on performance. We teach leadership & management as an action, not a title. This ensures that only the best of the best are managing our campaigns and running the businesses in our organization. We are looking for candidates that can start in an Entry Level Account Manager position and have the talent with ambition to move into a Management role within a year.
Responsibilities include:

* Assisting our clients in the retention and acquisition of our customers
* Supervising and coaching account managers and account executives.
* Learning the business aspect of running a marketing and sales firm
* All business & communication aspects between our clients and their target market
* Great customer service and communication skills to give presentation to potential new customers
* Disciplined work ethic with an outstanding attitude in order to lead others
* Strong skill set in building professional relationships with customers

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Employee Type: Full-Time, Part-Time
Compensation: Competitive $35,000+

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