Agent télémarketing

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Emploi de télémarketing pour prospection et prise de rendez-vous avec un conseiller en placement de la Financière Banque Nationale.Salaire de base de 25$/heure ave bonis de 50$ par rendez-vous fixé.Désire une personne très à l'aise au téléphone avec une belle personalité.Excellente maitrise du Français.Aucune pression et belle atmosphère.Horaire de 3 heures par jour (mercredi, jeudi et vendredi, de 13h à 16h).Début de l'emploi le 6 septembre 2017 avec un coaching durant ls 3 premiers apès-midis.Du 6 septembre 2017 au 30 avril 2018 (congé du 13 décembre 2017 au 10 janvier 2018).Contrat possiblement renouvelable pour l'année suivante.Svp, envoyer votre CV par courriel seulement à richard-eric.nantais [at] bnc.ca

Sales Representative/ Représentant(e) de Ventes

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Sales RepresentativeAs a Business Development Representative you will act as part of a Team consisting of a Vice President of Sales & 2 Account Managers that will support you with hunting new business within specific territories. Ideal candidates should be eager to advance in our organization by demonstrating their ability to be tenacious self-starters every day. The Growth over the next few years at KLF Media will be lightning fast.What's in it for You:

  • Respond to and qualify incoming web and phone inquiries regarding KLF Media products and services.
  • Create a great first impression to our prospects and customers by providing them with a world class experience to reflect who we are at KLF Media.
  • Partner with the VP of Sales and the internal TEAM to build a pipeline of new business and develop your Sales skills.
  • Maintain active engagement with new and existing leads through creative follow-up communications designed to increase customer interest in KLF Media global offering.
  • The opportunity to generate new business opportunities to fuel our growth
  • Create and prioritize strategic target account lists within a defined territory
  • Research and build new and existing accounts (i.e. adding contacts, sending emails, strategic calling)
  • Conduct high level conversations with senior executives in prospect accounts
  • Evangelize KLF Media Business model & story and explain why we are unique in Canada.
  • Achieve monthly quotas of qualified opportunities and closed business
  • Run Demo to prospect supported by our Sales TEAM and IT TEAM.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree from an accredited University
  • 1 - 4 years of full-time corporate sales experience (software sales is a plus)

Preferred Qualifications:

  • CRM experience (Specially Salesforce)
  • Inside sales experience a plus
  • Enterprise prospecting experience a plus
  • Excellent written/verbal communication skills (French & English)
  • Strong problem solving skills
  • Experience being held to metrics a plus
  • Motivation, drive and a self-starting attitude
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, team environment
  • Ability to understand customer needs and meet that need with a successful product sale
  • Ability to multi-task, take initiative, prioritize, and manage time effectively

Benefits:

  • Competitive Base Salary (based on experince) + Monthly and quarterly commission, no cap
  • Cost price on over 4000 distributed retail products.

Work schedule: Monday to Friday from 9 to 6.Location: 642 de Courcelle, Suite 404, Montreal, H4C3C5 (near Place St-Henri Metro).Job Type: Full-timeRequired experience:

  • Sales: 1 year

Required languages:

  • French
  • English
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Représentant(e) de VentesEn tant que représentant du développement des Affaires chez KLF Media, vous ferez partie d’une équipe constituée du Vice Président des ventes ainsi que 2 gestionnaires de comptes qui vous supporterons dans vos démarches de prospection. Vous aurez à développer de nouvelles opportunités à l’intérieur d’un territoire donné ainsi que de listes précises de clients potentiels. Le candidat idéal devra démontrer une volonté de réussir et d’évoluer au sein de notre compagnie. Ce même candidat devra aussi démontrer un esprit entrepreneur et créatif. La croissance chez KLF Media au cours des prochaines années sera fulgurante.

  • Répondre rapidement aux différents LEADS que nous recevons soit : Par téléphone, via web ou par téléphone.
  • Vous devrez créer une excellente première impression auprès de tous ces nouveaux clients potentiels en leur offrant une expérience à la hauteur de qui nous sommes.
  • Vous serez en charge de développer et croître un ‘’Pipeline’’ rempli de nouvelles opportunités en partenariat avec le Vice-Président des ventes et les gestionnaires de comptes.
  • Vous travaillerez dans un environnement où vous serez toujours poussé à apprendre et développer vos aptitudes de ventes.
  • Après avoir pré-qualifié les nouvelles opportunités, vous devrez maintenir une relation constante afin de les faire évoluer à travers les différentes étapes du cycles de ventes.
  • Cela demandera de la créativité afin de toujours apporter de la valeure ajoutée et que ces prospect puisse bien comprendre l’offre globale que nous avons à offrir chez KLF Média.
  • Vous ferez partie de l’aspect la plus importante chez KLF Media pour les prochaines années, c’est-à-dire notre croissance.
  • Vous devrez créer et prioriser votre développement des affaires à l’intérieur de listes et territoires précis.
  • Vous devrez être en mesure d’avoir plusieurs discussions à plusieurs niveaux différents dans les organisations : Niveaux Exécutifs, Directeurs, acheteurs etc
  • Vous devrez maîtriser notre histoire et évangéliser pourquoi nous sommes unique au Canada.
  • Vous devrez rencontrer et respecter les différents quotas attribués de manière mensuelle.
  • Vous devrez être en mesure de conduire des démonstrations de nos produits et service avec le support bien sur de notre équipe de vente et notre équipe T.I

Qualifications requises:

  • Un diplôme Universitaire dans un Université accrédité.
  • 1 - 4 ans d’expérience dans la vente auprès de compagnies (La vente de logiciels est un atout)

Qualifications recherchées :

  • Expérience à travailler avec un CRM (Préférablement Salesforce)
  • Vente et développement des affaires internes.
  • Excellente capacité de communication parlée et écrite (Français & Anglais)
  • Grande capacité à régler des problèmes et trouver des solutions créatives
  • Expérience avec le respect des quotas mensuels et annuels.
  • Motivé et positif avec une soif d’apprendre avec une mentalité d’entrepreneur.
  • Travail d’équipe primordial dans un environnement extrêmement rapide, ‘’Startup Pace’’
  • Habileté à bien définir et comprendre les besoins clients afin de bien les aligner avec notre offre.
  • Capacité de gérer plusieurs dossiers et tâches différentes et avoir une excellente gestion de son temps.

Avantages:

  • Salaire de Base compétitif+ commission chaque mois et trimestre, pas de plafond;
  • Prix de coût sur plus de 4 000 produits de détail distribués (300 Marques).

Horaire de travail: lundi-vendredi de 9h à 18hLocation: 404-642 Rue de Courcelle, Montreal, H4C 3C5 (Metro Place St-Henri)

Apt. 2 bedrooms near concordia

$1 385
1 385.00

Apartment with two large bedrooms, renovated, with balcony. Located in the 4th floor (last floor) of the building. The building is in front of the Concordia libarary ( where Pizza Hut and Kafein are).Hot water stove and fridge included. Another 4 1/2 apt is available at $1350/month with same layout and size but in the 2nd floor. Entrance to the building is with a magnetic card through two doors. there is a laundry room in the basement. Many apartments of the building are rented by Concordia students, mostly girls sharing the apt. since it is a bvery safe place to stay. Please feel free to call the manager at 438 935 8990 for more info or to arrange a visit.

Luxury (gym included) 4 1/2 with appliances...

$1 400
1 400.00

Luxury spacious clean, safe and energy efficient apartment (2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 living room, 1 kitchen, AC/Heat) with private gym and constructed in 2004! The apartment comes with fridge/dishwasher/washer/dryer. There is also a dedicated parking space upon request. The apartment is available on July 1st. Walking distance: 6 minutes to Metro Lasalle (only 4 stations away from Concordia University and 6 stations away from Mcgill University) 7 minutes to Maxi supermarket 9 minutes to St-Hubert Rotisserie restaurant or MacDonalds. 1 minute to bus stop 61 to downtown Mcgill Universtiy (Mcgill metro station) 7 minutes to bus stop 107 to Mcgill University Peel street. 1 minute to Arthur Therrien park, bike path along the St-Laurent river and tennis courts!2 minutes to Wellington Street where you will find everything you need If you have questions, please send me a text or a call.

Affectionated Pembroke Welsh Corgi Pups For...

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Breed: Welsh Corgi (Pembroke)Sex: FemaleColour: Red & White/Sable & WhiteMicrochipped & VaccinatedWormed & Flea TreatedFree Vet Check & Royal Canin Gift VoucherBag of Royal Canin JuniorPuppy Pack & Goodie BagAKC Registration Papers, AKC Litter Certificate, 5 Generation Pedigree, Champion Bloodlines, Vaccinations, Vet CheckedPlease contact Via Text (410)541-6353 

Newly renovated Large Bachelor Appartment In...

$600
600.00

Perfectly located in NDG. walking distance to many bus routes,  Shopping, Resataurants and many services.Basement Appartment has 3 Large windows for ample natural light.Semi-Furnished with Stove and Fridge, Washer and Dryer, and  possibilty to have complete furnishings. Also Includes:

  • Heating
  • Electrcity
  • High-Speed Internet

For single occupant Only. Non-Smoker$600.00/Month or $700.00/month Fully furnished. 

CSU Council Chairperson Temporary - part time

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Description/Scope
The Council Chairperson facilitates CSU Council meetings. They ensure the proceedings are carried out in a neutral, effective and non-oppressive manner.  

Responsibilities
- Chair all regular and special CSU Council meetings (which are held on Wednesdays at 6:30PM); 
- Conduct meetings in an unbiased and non-partisan manner; 
- Administer the attendance record with respect to the By-Laws and inform Representatives of their attendance record; 
- Administer the Council electronic mailing list; 
- Prepare the agenda for regular, special, or general meetings; 
- Coordinate with executives and committees to ensure the proper and timely submission of reports 
- Represent the Council of Representatives when required; 
- The Chairperson will train the Council of Representatives on Roberts Rules and the CSU governance process 

CSU Council Minute Keeper Temporary - Part time

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Description/Scope
The Council Minute Taker assists the Council Chairperson in facilitating CSU Council meetings, taking meeting minutes, and related events. 

Responsibilities
-Record and prepare the minutes of all regular, special, and general meetings; 
-Update the CSU Website with upcoming meeting dates; 
-Update the CSU Website with ratified meeting minutes; 
-Contact Representatives to inform them of any notice of meetings; 
-Act as the Minute Taker of the Council-Elect Meeting;

Orientation Sustainability Coordinator Temporary

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Description/Scope:

The Orientation Sustainability Coordinator position involves a great deal of planning and coordination. Orientation activities are the largest and most memorable events on campus. It will be the task and responsibility of the Orientation Sustainability Coordinator to collaborate with the CSU Sustainability Coordinator and CSU Student Life Coordinator, as well as the Orientation team in the process of planning and executing orientation events to ensure Orientation is as waste-free and sustainable as possible. The Sustainability Orientation Coordinator will contribute knowledge, research, and help with coordination during the planning stages of Orientation and will assist with the on-site logistics during Orientation itself. The Orientation Sustainability Coordinator will be expected, but not limited to: take a co-leadership role in the mobilization of volunteers for the creation of a "Rethink Waste Team" with the Sustainability Coordinator for orientation. Also, making sure Annex E of the CSU By laws are implemented during the planning and executing of Orientation, ensure Orientation is as waste-free as possible, and assure that as many purchases and sponsors are environmentally friendly, socially just, and/or are as economically fair as possible. The Orientation Sustainability Coordinator will also be in charge of performing a waste audit and post-mortem report for Orientation with the help of the Sustainability Coordinator and Student Life Coordinator.

All applicants should be available to work up to 35 hours a week during the summer (with some work weeks having less hours at the beginning (20-25 hours)) and then full time (at least 40 hours/week) during Orientation (the first two weeks of September). The last two weeks of September and first week of October will be spent working part-time (20-25 hours) to write a post-mortem report with the orientation team.

 

Responsibilities:

Collaborate with the CSU Sustainability Coordinator to:

- Fulfil their mandate;

- Implement any CSU policy relating to sustainability (including Annex E and the CSU Safer Space Policy). This includes sustainable purchasing practices;

- Research and contact sustainable possible sponsors, merchants, etc.;

- Mobilize and recruit volunteers;

- Organize and Advertising waste-free aspects of Orientation;

- Help with the organization of Orientation;

- Coordinate Waste Audit and write a Post-Mortem Report;

- Possible workshop development with the Sustainability Coordinator;

- Give input on Winter Orientation.

 

Orientation External Coordinator Temporary

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Description/Scope:

The Orientation process is long and arduous and involves a great deal of planning and coordination. The job of the “Orientation External Coordinator” is to work with the Student Life Coordinator in order to organize, execute, and run the orientation events which takes place off and around campus. The Orientation External Coordinator should be ready for a demanding job which will require speaking to people in the music industry, community organizations, equipment rental companies, municipal authorities, and potential venues so the CSU’s events can be planned and organized. The position requires that one is able to work heavily in tandem with the Student Life Coordinator, the Internal Orientation Coordinator, CSU’s Graphic Designers, CSU’s communications coordinator, the Sustainability Coordinator and all Orientation staff.

All applicants should be available to work up to 35 hours a week during the summer (with some work weeks having less hours at the beginning (20-25 hours)) and then full time (at least 40 hours/week) during Orientation (the first two weeks of September). The last two weeks of September and first week of October will be spent working part-time (20-25 hours) to write a post-mortem report with the orientation team.

 

Responsibilities:

- Working with the orientation team throughout the summer to plan and coordinate the orientation events.

- Booking space and potential venues, managing set up, and supervising staff.

- Working with the city to plan the street closure activities.

- Working with the orientation team to brainstorm innovative ideas for activities and events to reach out to as many students as possible.

- Work with the orientation team on a marketing/promotion plan of orientation events

- Execute marketing/promotional plan leading up and during Orientation events

-Help plan winter orientation.

 

Orientation Internal Coordinator Temporary

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Description/Scope:

The Orientation process is long and arduous and involves a great deal of planning and coordination. The job of the “Orientation Internal Coordinator” will be to organize and execute the running of orientation alongside the Student Life Coordinator. The Orientation Internal Coordinator should be ready for a demanding job which will require them to be extremely organized and in communication with Hospitality, Facilities, Security, Distribution, and Health and Safety structures at Concordia. They will also work with the Orientation External Coordinator, CSU’s Graphic Designers, the CSU’s Communication Coordinator and all orientation staff.

All applicants should be available to work up to 35 hours a week during the summer (with some work weeks having less hours at the beginning (20-25 hours)) and then full time (at least 40 hours/week) during Orientation (the first two weeks of September). The last two weeks of September and first week of October will be spent working part-time (20-25 hours) to write a post-mortem report with the orientation team.

 

Responsibilities:

- Aiding to plan educational, social, and interactive events for new and returning students.

- Working with the orientation team throughout the summer to organize and book activities which will take place during the first two weeks of the fall semester (such events could potentially be BBQs, games, workshops, and concerts).

- Attending meetings throughout the summer.

- Writing a Post-Mortem report with the Orientation team.

-Help plan winter orientation.

 

Campaigns Researcher Permanent (Part-time)

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Description and scope

Part of the CSU’s mandate is to produce educational materials for its members on issues relevant to students and related to campaigns, and the mandates of the CSU. Under the supervision of the Campaigns Coordinator, the Campaigns Researcher will be responsible for researching issues, writing reports and developing argumentation. These will be utilized in the production of flyers, pamphlets, popular education documents relevant to CSU campaigns and representation on academic bodies within the University.

 

Responsibilities include:

Under the supervision of the Campaigns Coordinator, this person will:

  • Research issues, write reports and develop argumentation as required by the Campaigns department;
  • Outreach to outside organizations to gather relevant information;
  • Research information to be used in CSU pamphlets, flyers, infographics, and educational materials;
  • Collaborate in the composition of flyers, pamphlets, reports, and other information materials required for outreach with external bodies or for campaigns purposes and internal University bodies;
  • Perform other related duties.

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