Social Selling Associate

Location
  • Anywhere in Latin America, remote job, work-from-home job.
Schedule
  • Monday to Friday, starting at 4 hours per day during business hours, and potentially increasing.

Job Description

Are you interested in sales as a career? Are you organized, hard-working and intelligent? Are you confident about carrying a conversation in English via messaging? Are you interested in becoming a LinkedIn guru? If you answered "yes" to all of these, then read on...

Responsibilities

  • Research and identify potential target companies for our sales team to pursue
  • Run LinkedIn campaigns for all of our clients, managing the full social selling pipeline with prospects
  • Updating CRM data for target company Address, phone and especially the e-mail addresses for contacts
  • Flexible, creative and willing to assist Sales Development Reps in any way they need it (placing calls, sending emails, etc.)
  • Ready to assist our Marketing Associate with tasks as needed as well

Required Knowledge & Skills

  • Fluent in English and strong writing and grammar skills
  • College graduate preferred
  • Minimum of 1 year of work experience
  • Detailed-oriented and organized, there are a lot of tasks to stay on top of
  • Coachable, willing to learn and adapt
  • Ability to learn a script initially but but then memorize and adapt naturally
  • Fast learner
  • Confident and outgoing energy over the phone

Extra/Bonus Points

  • Aspires to grow professionally into Sales Development Rep (SDR) or Marketing Associate
  • Familiar with CRMs like HubSpot, Salesforce or other similar programs
  • Familiar with IT for small business, cyber security, digital transformation

Experience & Salary

  • Base salary and commission that is commensurate with experience
  • Paid via PayPal or Payoneer

To apply, write a short e-mail describing your work experience to Derek at derek@simpleselling.co. Don't forget to attach your CV and please make the subject line "Social Selling Associate Job - YOUR NAME."

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