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2498 N Stokesberry Pl Suite 190 (positions available nation wide)
Posted: October 30 2014
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DescriptionIn the past 6 years AMP has grown into one of the nation’s top-25 yearly account producing security companies. AMP continues to grow, and has received multiple awards including being ranked twice on the prestigious Inc. 500/5000 list (2012 & 2013). AMP is now the 3rd largest home security company in the summer sales industry.
AMP reps learn how to succeed through complete and extensive preseason and summer training. AMP has years of proven knowledge and experience to give its reps the absolute best chance to reach their potential. AMP's world class training program includes weekly preseason classroom training modules, the best training manual in the industry, complete video training series, hundreds of dollars in preseason incentives through the AMP Proven program, summer season daily classroom training, and one-on-one preseason training on the doors.
Responsibilities- Call on potential clients and present product
- Guide customer through in home "walk-through" to discuss potential security risks
- Explain and recommend different package options to customer
Requirements- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and collaborate effectively as a team member
- Ability to communicate at all levels with clients face to face
- A positive attitude with good organizational and presentation skills
- Ambitious individuals who are not afraid to work hard and push pass their learning curve