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German Speaking Sales Representative, Dublin, Talingual

Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277762072
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German Speaking Sales Representative, Dublin, Talingual
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published November 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: German speaking sales representative


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Description: Role: German speaking Sales Representative Salary: €29400 gross per year + commissionContract: PermanentOffice: in DublinHours of work:  40 hrs per week between Mon-Fri 8am-6pm The CompanySince 1982, they’ve helped companies build engaged, pleased, profitable customer experiences powered by our combination of humanity and technology. On behalf of many of the world’s leading iconic and disruptive brands, they talk, message, text, and video chat with millions of customers every day. These exceptional customer experiences start with you.Our client is proud to be an equal-opportunity employer. They embrace and are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce that respects and empowers the culture and perspectives within their global teams. The client strives to reflect the communities they serve by not only delivering amazing service and technology but also humanity. They make it a point to make sure all their employees feel valued and comfortable being their authentic selves at work. As a global company, they know diversity is their strength. It enables them to view projects and ideas from different vantage points and allows every individual to bring value to the table in their own unique way.  The Role Are you results-focused and love to help others? Do you have a passion to maximize sales opportunities? This is a business-to-business sales role including inbound, outbound, and email communications with customers and prospects. We do hire various levels of sales where the customer you are servicing could be small to medium size businesses, advertising agencies, or business contacts supporting cloud-based technology or advertising opportunities uncovering ways to help them strategically grow their business and revenue base.Bring your passion to negotiate and strong product and brand knowledge to close a sale, handle objections and rebuttals during customer interactionsEffectively recommend, quote, and negotiate product knowledge with customers to close the sale while identifying and handling all sale opportunitiesSupport customers ranging from small to medium size businesses or advertising agencies and C-Level business contacts supporting cloud-based technology  Requirements: RequirementsExceptional verbal and written bilingual communication skills in both German and EnglishCurrently reside in Ireland or able to immediately relocate to the Dublin areaMinimum one year of demonstrated sales experienceStrong fundamental understanding of cloud-based software or search engine marketingActive listener and ability to home in on sales cuesSelf-motivated and driven to meet or exceed goals Offer: On offerKnowledgeable, encouraging, supporting, and present leadershipDiverse and community-minded organisationCareer growth and lots of learning opportunities for aspiring mindsCompetitive compensationCommissionPerformance bonus opportunitiesRelocation assistance Flight assistance 7 nights of hotel accommodationPrivate health/medical insuranceDental planEye care reimbursementsPrivate pension Life assuranceOnsite kitchen 20 annual leave days, 9 statutory days entitlementAbout Talingual As a job-seeker you can benefit from Talingual’s extensive experience - we have successfully placed thousands of candidates in new roles across Europe and we have all previously been in your position as an international job-seeker. We work with leading international employers who offer compelling employment opportunities in a wide variety of roles and locations. We add value to your job search by reviewing your CV, identifying your strengths as a candidate, discussing your preferences with you, preparing you for interviews, and providing relocation advice. You can expect your Talingual recruiter to provide you with honest and clear guidance in a friendly and supportive way. See more at  talingual.comSkills/ Problem-Solving,Sales,Management

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