Regional Account Manager - Baltimore
We are looking for an outside sales professional who is excited by the prospect of closing new business to business (B2B) accounts on the first visit. The Regional Account Manager is the key onsite follow up / "closer" to our phone and internet campaigns. This individual can effectively communicate the benefits of the ASCAP license - which allows music users to perform music legally under the requirements of the US Copyright Law. Candidates who exhibit the most success in this position can “visualize” the close before stepping through the door and enjoy overcoming objections on the way to the close.
No Music Industry experience? No Problem! Music industry experience is not required nor weighted during candidate review.
Previous success exceeding a monthly revenue/sales quota strongly preferred. Have success at exceeding goals but want uncapped commission? This position will suit your needs perfectly. Prefer managing existing accounts/relationships to closing new business? This role will not be for you.
We are looking for an individual who thrives working outside of the office. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication, organizational, and computer skills. This home office position requires coverage of a large geographic area that includes overnight travel. The candidate must hold an active driver's license, a reliable automobile, a functioning laptop computer, and have the ability to manage an expense account.
If this is you, apply now.
This full time position is eligible for a generous benefit package including vacation, 401(k) with company match, employer funded retirement savings program, medical, dental, and vision coverage.
All applicants for this position must submit current salary requirements. Applications without salary requirements will not be considered.
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