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Sales position for expats w/nice base and commision - Phil

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Sales position for expats w/nice base and commision - Phil

Postby E Mangulabnan » Wed Sep 04, 2013 5:40 am

Are you a master in English, sales, and creating relationships with clients?
If so, one of the country's leading BPO companies might just have a great career opportunity for you!

Read below!!!

TITLE: Business Development Associates

Pay range: 25-35K plus commissions

We're one of the hottest BPO companies and we want YOU to blaze the trail with us!

If you're between jobs or currently stuck in a dead-end company, it's time to break out and jumpstart a truly rewarding career in a bustling industry.

Open Access BPO is in search of motivated and diligent team players to join our sales team.
If you're looking to work in a fun environment, and surrounded by cool, supportive people, then it's about time you join us.
Our offices are located smack dab in the middle of Makati's business and lifestyle districts.

As one of today's fastest growing companies, we're devoted to provide the best services to our clients, and we're committed to help YOU grow and thrive!

These positions will entail scheduling sales calls, and building deep relationships with existing and potential customers. We are looking for people who can hold an intelligent business dialogue with executives and truly enjoy a good conversation! Salary packages, big commissions, and competitive benefits await successful applicants!

If you possess the following, then we definitely would want to have you aboard!

· College education; a degree in Business, English, Communications or the like

· Extensive travel/cultural exposure to the United States

· A background in Sales or Marketing

· Excellent English communication skills

· Great people skills

· A highly motivated attitude and is goal-oriented

· Loves sales, Marketing, and making commission!
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Postby ladislav » Sat Sep 07, 2013 7:05 am

25-35K in pesos. $600-800 a month. Commissions may or may not be that big. Work permits cost money and taxes will be some 15 percent.

You may make more money teaching ESL online.
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Postby Ghost » Sat Sep 07, 2013 8:46 am

ladislav wrote:25-35K in pesos. $600-800 a month. Commissions may or may not be that big. Work permits cost money and taxes will be some 15 percent.

You may make more money teaching ESL online.


I'm still planning on trying for the Phils long term. I will try to find a job at a school or call center or some-such, but I know chances are slim and the schools could rip me off, plus the lack of help with visas. The job would just be to stay longer term. Otherwise, it seems like I should just teach ESL online and do freelance writing online. But that alone won't allow me to stay there. Sure wish the country was easier to get into longer term...
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Postby ladislav » Thu Sep 12, 2013 5:33 am

Ghost wrote:
ladislav wrote:25-35K in pesos. $600-800 a month. Commissions may or may not be that big. Work permits cost money and taxes will be some 15 percent.

You may make more money teaching ESL online.


I'm still planning on trying for the Phils long term. I will try to find a job at a school or call center or some-such, but I know chances are slim and the schools could rip me off, plus the lack of help with visas. The job would just be to stay longer term. Otherwise, it seems like I should just teach ESL online and do freelance writing online. But that alone won't allow me to stay there. Sure wish the country was easier to get into longer term...



Chances are not slim.

With the new 6 month visa, you should be able to stay long term. Schools will not rip you off in most cases. There are jobs. Those who want to stay in the Philippines do. I would hang out in Angeles City as an entry point.

PM me and we can talk in private.
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