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Sales Executive Jobs in Dublin, You’re Hired!

Sales executive wanted jobs in Dublin

Sales Executives Jobs in Dublin, We are Hiring

We’re looking for hard-working, competitive and self-motivated individuals who have some sales experience already and are interested in selling translation services. We’re based in Dublin, Ireland.

We help companies do more business worldwide by providing the translation services they need for their brochures, documents and websites.

This is a great opportunity to be part of one of the largest translation companies in the world selling translation services in the B2B marketplace.

In this role you will

  • Prospect, qualify, develop and close leads
  • Interact with prospects via telephone, email, and face to face occasionally
  • Sell translation services to new customers over the phone
  • Sell using the complete sales cycle (Cold Calling, Quotes, Sales, Closing, Follow Up)
  • Make contact and generate new leads through research, networking and cold-calling
  • Complete proposals and quotations

Requirements

  • Manage your sales pipeline and attend our daily report meetings
  • Target clients in Ireland, UK and the USA
  • Successfully manage and overcome sales objections
  • Build rapport with prospects to be a trusted resource
  • Achieve monthly and quarterly sales targets
  • Deal with sales queries in an efficient, accurate and professional manner
  • Excellent customer service, and selling skills
  • Excellent communications skills both verbal and written
  • Package

    • Salary: c. €22k basic + Commission
    • Receive sales training from our team as well as training on the translation business
    • 20 days holidays per year
    • Work close to city centre – Dublin 3
    • TaxSaver scheme in place for employees for reduced travel costs
    • Bicycle Scheme in place
    • Free tea and coffee (and occasionally croissants)

    Email your CV directly to Damian Scattergood or reply to our ads our social media channels.

    No agencies please.

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    Olympic Flame in Dublin – a moment to shine

    Olympic flame in Dublin with Natalya Coyle and Damian Scattergood

    The 2012 Olympic Flame in Dublin

    Olympic flame comes to Dublin

    Today, 6th of June, the Olympic flame crossed Dublin from Croke Park to  Saint Stephen’s Green. We decided to go and take some pictures of our famous Irish athletes.

    About 40 bearers carried the torch this morning. How lucky we were to catch up with Bernard Brogan on Samuel Beckett bridge. We thought we might have missed Jedward and fortunately they were just on the bus behind Bernard Brogan waving their hands to the pupils screaming at them.

    This gave us some idea of the atmosphere and more that Londoners will see when the flame visits them.

    As we are brave, the crowd did not prevent us from joining the end of the Tour at Nassau Street near Merrion Square. What do you think of the picture we took with Natalya Coyle?

    Just so you know, the 70-day relay began at Land’s End, Cornwall, on 19th May and will arrive at the Olympic opening ceremony in London on 27th July.

    We will upload more photos very soon! Or you can see the entire album on our Facebook page.

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    Docklands Summer Festival

    Docklands Summer Festival

    Summer Festival, Grand Canal / Waterways Ireland

    Dublin’s Docklands Summer Festival

    If you happen to be in Dublin City this weekend, we recommend you take part in the Docklands Summer Festival. We are one of the supporters of the event as we are based right in the heart of Docklands.

    The Dockland Summer Festival takes place this weekend May Sat 26th and Sun 27th. There are lots of different activities happening at the event like kayaking, paddleboarding etc. You can even try walking on weather in a water roller.  There are also lots of things for the children to do , such as face painting, decorating rubber ducks, balloon modelling, dress up and a variety of water activities. It will be a great family day out.

    There will be world street dance performers, a juggling team, a great magician and a comedy circus show. There are lots of prizes to be won over the weekend. You could also try out the stand up paddling or kayaking classes for half hour, which run over both days. It costs about €5 per person at the Waterways Ireland Visitor Centre.

    Irish Village Markets will be serving up delicious foods from around the world.

    Surfdock supply all equipment necessary, kayaks, wetsuits and buoyancy aids. You may wish to bring along some old runners, if you do not have wetsuit booties.

    Please note the minimum age for going on the water is 8 years and anyone under 16 must be accompanied by an adult who is also going to go in the water. All participants must also sign waivers. Waivers for those under 18 must be signed by a parent or guardian.

    Should be a great weekend for all supporting businesses and growth in the Dublin Docklands area.

    The main sponsors of the event are listed below.

    Docklands Summer Festival sponsors

    View the Docklands Summer Festival program

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