Opus is hiring for full time Entry Level Sales, Marketing and Customer Service Account Coordinator. Our positions involve working face to face with our clients. Customer service in person is by far much more effective and the clients LOVE IT!
At Opus we want to teach sales and marketing fundamentals and then move individuals into management. It's how we expand our company.
This position is full time and involves responsibilities in:
Entry level sales & marketing customer service
Entry-level management training- customer service
Sales and marketing presentations- customer service
Face to face sales and marketing of new services for our clients
Sales and marketing techniques
Training current sales and marketing reps in customer service
We cross-train all employees within leadership development which includes:
sales and marketing training fundamentals
team building and mentoring
entry level marketing and sales consulting
Benefits & Our Culture
The management & marketing team at Opus offers an environment where our employee's ideas are not only heard but implemented. We offer a team based and structured environment, however employees are expected to be self-disciplined in managing their own time and work schedule.
Fun, team building environment
Leadership workshops & development
Financial management, business management, time management
Philanthropy events -- a chance to give back to the community
Recognition for top performers
Advancement to management based on performance
The position at Opus is an entry level position so no direct experience is necessary. We believe that hard work, a student mentality, and exceptional communications skills are all that someone needs to be successful in our firm. Training will be provided in multiple aspects of our company including; leadership, marketing, customer service and management.
Successful Candidates must have the following characteristics:
Excellent Interpersonal Skills
Huge Drive, Ambition, and Motivation for Success
Outstanding Work Ethic
Character, Integrity, and Professionalism