Deputy Hustler Intern

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DIZZLE
404 14th Street
San Diego, CA
Posted: April 03 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 3 Part-time, Paid

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Description

Dizzle was born in 2014 on the Southern California Coast when Will Caldwell and serial entrepreneur James Brennan teamed up to disrupt the real estate industry. We are fueled by our shared passion to create innovative products people want in the real estate industry. By combining our passion for technology and real estate Dizzle has been on a mission since launching last July with a new online and mobile platform enabling real estate agents to become more productive.

Do you enjoy antiquated processes that lack innovation and efficiency? Do you want to be employee number 2000 at a huge corporation? Do you want to work in a cubicle and push papers for 10 years before you can be a boss? This job isn't for you.

Are you a hustler? Are you looking to start your career at a fast pace company where you will learn 10 to 15 times the amount of your friends in their "entry-level" position at a giant ancient corporation? This job might be for you.

Check us out at www.dizzle.com

Responsibilities

You will be responsible for making 40 calls per day to a list of qualified leads and will be compensated on commission. Your earnings will not be capped.

Requirements

College degree, in-progress or graduate, any major

Impressive social footprint: a LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.

Understanding of real estate

A laptop

A smartphone

Preferred Skills: PHOTOSHOP would be a massive PLUS, sales experience, experience in a consumer products is another massive PLUS.

Requirement: Positive attitude, and an understanding that Yes Man is all about the hustle life.



Skills

Preferred - Adobe Photoshop CS6

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