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Remote Enrollment Specialist - Commission Based

Job Summary:

Responsible for establishing, building and maintaining relations with high school staff, students and parents to drive enrollment into Blueprint online and on-ground programs.

Compensation: This is a contract position.

  • Training, $400
  • First 8 sales, $375 per sale
  • Sales 8-16, $400 per sale
  • Sales 17+, $425 per sale

Essential Duties:

  • Promote the brand, offer and drive enrollment for all Blueprint program offerings
  • Contact assigned sales leads using the phone, email, and text to build sales pipeline
  • Self generate leads
  • Provide expedient follow up to sales leads
  • Provide​ exemplary ​sales​/customer ​support​ ​in all sales and customer interactions
  • Recommends changes in positioning by evaluating results and competitive developments
  • Resolves customer complaints by investigating problems; developing solutions; preparing reports; making recommendations to management.
  • Provides regular reporting to management to ensure collective success
  • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related tasks as needed
  • Provide registration​ ​system support as needed
  • Enter all sales and customer information into the CRM accurately and in a timely manner
  • Adheres to all company rules and requirements
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Associates degree or comparable experience in sales and/or customer service
  • Minimum 6 months telephone sales experience
  • Excellent​ ​phone​ ​skills
  • Exceptional closing skills
  • Analytical​ ​and​ ​detail-oriented
  • Excellent​ ​writing​ ​and​ ​communication​ ​skills
  • Positive​ ​attitude
  • Intermediate​ ​to​ ​advanced​ ​Microsoft​ ​Office​ ​and​ ​Google​ ​Drive​ ​experience
  • ​CRM​ ​data entry experience​ ​is​ ​a​ ​plus
  • Experience with Salesforce is a plus
  • Must have a quiet place to perform work duties
  • Must have computer and smartphone

What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate?

  • Our new Virtual Offering has been designed by our Partner, The Minerva Project. 
     
  • Your work will make a measurable difference. You will build on a proud legacy of high quality work and bring even greater efficiency and service to our students and families.
  • This position gives you an opportunity to capitalize on a strong foundation with a demonstrated capacity to grow, while using your skills and experience to shape the future of the organization.
  • You will work from home with flexible hours! Blueprint strongly encourages a work-life balance. 

 

This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice.

 

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