Are you born to sell? Salary/Commission opportunity awaits

first_img Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Please enter your comment! Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Business group portrait taken from above. Bring your digital sales savvy to The Apopka Voice The Apopka Voice is expanding.In just 18 months our innovative online news site has published over 3,000 articles, has almost 5,000 Facebook likes and over 30,000 readers visit our site and Facebook page every month.The Apopka Voice serves as the premier provider of daily local news in the Apopka community. Our content is timely and relevant and our online readers are engaged, loyal visitors.And now we are hiring digital sales executives who are reliable, responsible and want to expand with us in the area of advertising sales. We want you to build a business.Your role at The Apopka Voice will be to:Develop strategic solutions that meet the unique needs of each clientAct as a digital marketing consultant to local businessesBuilding and maintaining relationships with new and existing clientsMeet and exceed monthly sales goalsThe right person for this role will have:Strong and collaborative presence to work as a partner to any businessDemonstrated success in new business developmentThe ability to adapt to our unique product and digital strategiesA thorough understanding of digital advertising (display, rich media, push e-mail, native, SEM, SEO and social media, etc.).Preference is given to candidates with a thorough understanding of the Apopka business market and to digital ad sales experienceThis is a salary plus commission opportunity that is a full-time position. Part time commission based positions are available as well. Experience is preferred, but not necessary. We are an equal opportunity employer. Come and grow with us. Call 407/437-5654 or email your resume to [email protected] to set up an interview. Please enter your name here TAGSDigital Sales ExecutiveThe Apopka Voice Previous articleIn case you missed it: The Apopka news week in reviewNext articleSmall Business Roundtable comes to Apopka Incubator Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORcenter_img UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom last_img read more

Multiskilling will set the agenda for female managers

first_imgWomanstand to benefit this decade by exploiting their broad skills setWomen’s work-life balance and quality of life is never far from theheadlines. A recent survey of 100 solicitors in 40 law firms showed that 40 percent of female assistants would reject the offer of a partnership and 86 percent of women solicitors are unhappy with their career paths and want flexibleworking hours. The EJ Legal Workplace Survey shows that lawyers believe their firms expectthem to be available around the clock for clients, and that any requests forflexible working would be sneered at. Working all hours is a common problem for managers, especially for womenwith children who are forced to make choices between career and family. In the professional services sector, where staff time is charged out toclients, the problems have grown out of all proportion. The issue has been addressed by one large consultancy, which thinks managingthe expectations of clients should be addressed up front, at the bidding stageof gaining business. With attraction and retention of talented staff high on the agenda,organisations need to look critically at the packages they are offering. The more enlightened firms are recognising the importance of quality of life– and that it is starting to apply to men as well as women. Software firmCisco, for instance, allows its staff to work any time, anywhere. Such issues represent a big challenge for major corporations that operateglobally. Leadership requires a different skills set from those of 10 yearsago. Managing in today’s fast-changing, highly competitive climate meansindividuals need a much more flexible and fluid approach, making use ofnetworks and the involvement of others. This work style plays more strongly into the hands of women, who could wellbenefit over the next decade by moving more freely into the top jobs. But there is still a way to go before women are strongly represented atboard level, as a survey by Catalyst and Opportunity Now last year showed. This is especially true in traditionally male-dominated sectors such asengineering and the City. Organisations in these sectors are a long way offmaking it easier for women to move successfully into top jobs and operate on anequal basis with their male colleagues, including equal pay. So what can women do to help themselves? The first area is confidence. USresearch shows that men will assess themselves far more favourably than theirequally talented female colleagues. For example, during self-assessment forappraisal, men tend to report back more favourably than women. Indeed, men mayoveremphasise their capability, while women stick to a more realistic picture.Women need to learn to be more confident about their abilities and be more preparedto take risks. Women can also play to their strengths of understanding and dealing withfeelings, resulting in enhanced interpersonal skills. Many companies now recognise women’s capability at multi-tasking and intoday’s changing world this is a key skill. These issues will be debated at the Women as Leaders conference at HenleyManagement College on the 13 and 14 June. Jane Cranwell-Ward is programme director for Women as Leaders in the 21stCentury www.henleymc.ac.uk/women   www.ejgroup.co.uk Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Multiskilling will set the agenda for female managersOn 15 May 2001 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more