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Account Executive

Company Name:
Atlantic Premier Consulting
ATLANTIC PREMIER CONSULTING LLC.
Hello,
Please reply to this email if you still live in Florida and you are interested in discussing the following job opening. If interested, you can email me at or call me at 813-458-9370
Our client, a large distributor is seeking success-driven, self-motivated individuals for Entry Level Business to Business, Account Executive/ Business Development positions.
Requirements: 4-year college degree; must presently reside in Florida (no relocation); must be able to pass a drug screen and criminal background check. No sales experience required - excellent training provided and many career growth opportunities.
Salary: $30,000 base + Commission. As a point of reference, the actual 2013 compensation data for all associates with no prior experience is as follows:
1st-Yr Account Executive (AE): lowest paid AE total comp $59,000 / average $69,000 / highest AE total comp $79,000
2nd-Yr Account Executive (AE): lowest paid AE total comp $84,000 / average $101,500 / highest AE total com $119,000
Basic duties of Entry Level Account Executive include:
Face-to-face calling on existing and potential business customers to market print solutions/devices.
Prepare sales presentations and proposals.
Build, maintain and update customer database in Compass CRM system.
Train users on new equipment and resolve customer issues in a timely fashion.
Job highlights
Outstanding Training Program formal paid training is 1 week (Tampa), plus ongoing daily training approximately 1-2 hours in duration.
Quarterly & Annual Awards
Annual Presidents Club Trip for those meeting certain criteria and one guess included
Transportation Allowance
Annual Award for Top Rep
Earn Manufacturer Bonus Incentive Points
Comprehensive benefits package, which includes:
Company 401K, 50% matching
Paid Time Off
Tremendous Growth Opportunities
Health and Dental Insurance Available
Best Regards,
Kim Nero
Recruiter
Atlantic Premier Consulting
813-458-9370

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