Translation Agency Seeks Account Manager

#1
Leader in English-Spanish translation services is seeking a full-time native English speaker Sales Representative/Account Manager to follow up on leads, develop prospects and manage loyal recurrent customers. This inside-sales position is available for our branch in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Responsibilities:
• Perform research on applicable prospects.
• Develop client base through research, lead follow-up.
• Explain our business model to clients and advise them on our services.
• Management of accounts for recurrent valued customers.
• Coordinate with the Sales Director regarding special campaigns.
• Strong customer service skills to ensure client's satisfaction from point of contact through project delivery (Processing of sales and post service tasks).
• Other related duties as required.
Qualifications:
• Highly motivated person intended to succeed with a positive learning attitude.
• Possesses exceptional communication skills, both verbal and written.
• 1-3 years experience in client interaction.
• Ideally possesses a sales background in the service sector (mainly on-line marketing).
• Proficient in Microsoft Office products.
• Very analytical and detail-oriented.
• Ability to set priorities and to monitor progress of multiple concurrent prospect and client engagements.
• Ability to multi-task.
• Flexibility imposed from a fast growing company.

For immediate consideration, please e-mail your résumé to jobs@trustedtranslations.com writing "Account Manager" in the subject field.
 
#3
"Fishface" said:
Best way to get a repsonse is to post what the money is.
Er, hmmm, ah yes, the money (red face, shuffling of the feet). All these "ads" follow a similar format: what is required are phenomenal technical skills, outgoing personaility, driven and motivated individual, committed team player, blah, blah, blah, and at the end: pays peanuts.
 
#4
Quoting "bigbadwolf":
". . . . All these "ads" follow a similar format: what is required are phenomenal technical skills, outgoing personaility, driven and motivated individual, committed team player, blah, blah, blah, and at the end: pays peanuts."
If such an ideal candidate for such a position really existed, wouldn't s/he just start his/er own enterprise? Why be an ill-paid Indian when you can make so much more as a chief doing the same thing?
 
#5
"RWS" said:
If such an ideal candidate for such a position really existed, wouldn't s/he just start his/er own enterprise? Why be an ill-paid Indian when you can make so much more as a chief doing the same thing?
I couldn't agree with you more. Though mind, you get the same asinine ads in the USA and England. The skill set they ask for would put Bill Gates to shame.