Recycle-A-Textbook salespeople spend 100% of their time on college campuses purchasing unwanted textbooks for students and non-profit organizations. Through reselling, reusing, and recycling cheaper gently used textbooks we are helping protect the environment and save students millions of dollars in book costs. RTB is looking for driven salespeople who want to make a great income while also making a difference in the world around them.
- Create your own schedule
- Work anywhere colleges can be found
- Your income is based on 250% commission structure with uncapped earning potential
- Base stipend plus commission for those interested
- Quick advancement to sales trainer with additional pay for those who qualify
Our salespeople prefer commission because they understand that a base pay safety net does not help them but instead slows them down. This position gives you the independence of personal business without the risk of investing your own money. Therefore, if you perform well, you will be compensated handsomely.
We provide online training, on the job training, and 1 on 1 personal coaching calls that will help you learn our system of sales quickly. Our back-office support team will help you set up appointments, sales routes, and provide constant sales support.
Recycle-A-Textbook offers the most lucrative commission structure (250% of book value) in the industry. Average earnings are $55,000 - $75,000 and top earners can easily earn up to $115,000+. Excellent salespeople are promoted promptly to sales trainers to help us continually grow this rapidly expanding company.
Additional Compensation :
- Travel stipends
- Production bonuses
- Sales trainer pay
If you believe you have what it takes to help our sales team continue to grow, please complete our application. Next steps include:
- A one-on-one phone interview
- A shadow day with a sales trainer
- A final on-the-job sales interview
We want to hire immediately!
Through this process of reuse and recycle we keep an average of 250 tons of paper waste out of landfills every single year. According to an EPA study this is the equivalent of saving 825 cubic yards of landfill space, 4,250 full grown trees, 62,500 lbs of carbon from the air, 95,000 gallons of oil, 1 million kilowatts of electricity, and 1.75 million gallons of water annually, all while helping students afford textbooks.