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Entry Level Marketing Specialist - Full Training Provided

Company: Paramount Executives
Location: Arlington
Posted on: November 16, 2021

Job Description:

Our Entry Level Marketing Specialist's main responsibility is to build key relationships with current customers and potential new customers. How so? All of our Entry Level Marketing Specialists are fully trained in various financial debt relief options and programs and the ability to deliver relief of financial burden to families is priceless. The goal of our company is to be able to provide not just immediate but long-standing debt relief for all of our customers. Responsibilities:

  • Advise customers and suggest financial solutions for their given situation and qualifications to provide the best customer service possible
  • Provide all financial product offerings that suit our customer's needs and deliver the best option
  • Once qualifications are met, you will be assisting in the training of new account managers
  • Maintain a professional relationship with customers and follow up with them to ensure they are content with their debt consolidation options Job Requirements:Qualifications:
    • The ability to travel to customers will be a requirement within this role
    • The willingness to learn and hone in on mathematical and financial information to be the best conveyer of debt consolidation options to our customers
    • Excellent training and conversational skills will be an asset
    • Bilingual is not required, however, preferred in this position
    • Maintain a professional demeanor at all times when dealing with customers

Keywords: Paramount Executives, Arlington , Entry Level Marketing Specialist - Full Training Provided, Advertising , Arlington, Texas

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