Virtual Telesales Executives for UK-based company working world wide, Commission Based Salary.
Compensation: $20 USD/per sale commission. Minimum 1 sale per day, the more you sale, the more you earn. Commission will increase to $25 for 10 or more sales a day.
We are looking for a Virtual Telesales Executives to help us fulfil sales ambition using cold-calling techniques, Telesales, over the phone sales, and internet sales.
We are a UK based entrepreneurial business looking for a highly qualified telesales and online sales executives (Virtual Assistants). You will work closely with two business sides of the company;
1. Publishing, selling chapter writing opportunities for people to become co-authors
2. Training and coaching side: selling training and coaching opportunities. We are a new but fast-growing businesses. You will be given further details at interview stage.
We are keen on hearing from people who want to work in a new growing and exciting company. Here is what the successful candidate will be doing:
Finding and extracting lead information from a variety of sites.
Cold-calling 75-100 leads per day
Find contact information on new leads using BT directory, Yelp, Face Book, and other social media platforms in certain industries
Calling leads, getting them interested in our products, setting an appointment for a strategy call and conducting strategy call leading to sales (extra commission for this).
This is a job for experienced people no on job training, the training will only be in understanding the products. Here are the requirements for this position:
Previous experience in Telemarketing, Telesales, or Cold Calling
Excellent English (you will be interacting with customers and two directors.)
Must have clear and pleasant voice over the phone the ability to work over 20 hours.
For the first two weeks, it will be a trial period. If we both agree, then it will turn into an ongoing position.
This is a commission based position. We will pay you $20/per sale.
There be a trial period of two weeks, when successful there may be further work. VA will be able to earn bonus per work with more sales.
Calling Scripts and product training can be provided.
To be considered:
Please apply with resume, a voice recording and your LinkedIn profile link. Full Name, Skype ID if any and Best Email Address. Note that interviews will be conducted via zoom meeting or Skype.
Please also reply while answering the following questions:
How many years of experience have you had working with Cold Calling and Over the Phone Sales
Why do you think you are a good fit for this job?
Do you have any questions about this role?
Contact Lwiza Mulenga on 01733396573 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only successful candidates will be contacted.
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Telesales executives are office or home based workers who sell products and services for their employer over the phone. As well as generating as much revenue as possible, telesales executives can be expected to manage accounts and maintain client relationships, all through making and taking phone calls.
The primary purpose of a job in telesales is, as the title suggests, to sell. However, the role involves an equal amount of administrative and managerial tasks, particularly within the higher echelons of the position, when executives will be expected to come up with deals and schemes to encourage their junior colleagues, and monitor the progress of the department.
Telesales executives must be able to negotiate and be quick to understand the values and terms of the product or service they are selling. Very large sums of money can be in play and the discounts agreed by sales executives make a huge difference to company revenue over the course of a financial year. Calls, pitches and deals may be monitored by the management, and sales executives need to ensure that all the business they are involved in is running flawlessly smoothly, and impeccably recorded. While the administrative functions that the role entails are less likely to be closely monitored in the same way as the pounds and pence will be, nonetheless, this part of the job is vital to the effective conduct of the role.
Telesales executives are the workers who generate the revenue, not only by selling services or products directly, but also by drumming up the advertising interests that keep the media industry afloat.
The target-driven nature of telesales can mean that workforces can be distressingly competitive. However, some thrive on the fast-paced, sociable nature of the job, and the tight-knit relationships that can build up within less competitive teams.
There is no strong gender bias within the telesales workforce. However, there are certain demographics that tend to work in the industry. Youths, students and immigrants constitute a majority of telesales executives, often working long hours for the minimum wage. As such, workers are vulnerable to exploitation by unscrupulous employers. Membership of a union such as Amicus (see link below) can help protect you against these dangers.
The physical risks of working in an office are minimal, but they can include repetitive strain injury, back ache and headaches from working with computers. Executives who elect to work long hours should make sure they get up and stretch their legs, and give their eyes a rest every half hour or so.
Mental stress can also affect telesales executives, particularly junior members of staff or managers working in highly pressurised environments. Many workplaces now have support networks in place to help employees who might be suffering from stress or pressure
Telesales executives are counted on to represent the company they work for to existing and potential clients. They are responsible for forging, maintaining and expanding links between corporations, and for the flawless administration of these relationships.
A typical day will include calling potential new clients and discussing future sales possibilities. Telesales executives will also check up on pitches sent out over the past month, and receive incoming calls from existing or potential clients with queries or new business.
Most companies will set targets in terms of call-rates, response services and numbers of clients helped, as well as the gross amount of revenue brought in. Executives will be expected to meet these targets on a weekly or a monthly basis and so each day’s work is completed with this in mind.
A good telesales executive will also keep up with industry news for their trade sector, and particularly, keep an eye on company developments for any major corporate clients, through monitoring industry press.
No qualifications are required for all entry-level sales positions, although a minimum of five good GCSEs are sometimes stated as a must-have. Other positions will require A-Levels or NVQs, and some will even stipulate a university degree. However, a university degree is not necessarily a prerequisite for this job.
Prospective telesales executives will need a high level of personal motivation – and preferably a thick skin! They will also need to be articulate, personable and willing to work as part of a team. Organisation skills come in handy when handling the paperwork and details for a number of accounts.
Foreign languages are very useful assets for any prospective sales executive, as any companies working with international clients will need multilingual executives. A good second or even a third language can help ease your rise through the ranks of account sales positions.
The job tends to operate within normal office hours - 9-5 or 10-6.
However, some call centres work throughout the night. These call centres can be exploitative, and any prospective employees should ensure they know their rights to pay and breaks, in order to ensure they are not working under illegal conditions.
Executives can be expected to work late in order to hit targets or meet deadlines. This expectation is rewarded with a reciprocal bonus paid out on a regular basis.
Some companies, particularly smaller or elite companies with small telesales teams, will require at least 6 months experience in the industry for new recruits to their teams. Higher-income telesales roles will also typically require this six months minimum experience in a similar role.
However, many of the larger companies now offer comprehensive training schemes lasting up to one month. Telesales can be a tough job if you haven’t mastered the basic tools.
As in most office-bound jobs, experience working with computers is a must.
Telesales executives could be selling almost any product, from double glazing to insurance. Almost all big media companies now rely on telesales to generate the advertising revenue they need to cover the cost of going to press. Major banks and insurance companies also hire telesales executives in the thousands.