Online Sales Presenter

Do you want to become part of a growing and successful company? Do you enjoy fast paced, dynamic and innovative environment? Do you like to be challenged and keep on learning and growing? Are you passionate about investing and helping others in achieving their financial goals? If so, it might be an excellent opportunity for you.

The Online Sales Presenter will conduct webcast presentations and effectively communicate investment techniques for the purpose of educating potential students on successful trading and investing techniques to help them reach their financial goals. The ideal presenter would have to be a powerful public speaker and sales professional with a proven record of delivering exciting presentations and engaging the audience.

Main responsibilities include delivering an exciting presentation of Market Traders Institute's products to prospective students multiple times each week as well as participation in team meetings and trainings.

Job Requirements:
At least 5 years of experience in online or in person sales presentations.
At least two years of sales experience along with the ability to effectively communicate and build relationships.
Expertise and proven track record in engaging and motivating audiences.
Ability to address both large and small audiences with credibility.
Capable of mastering and conveying new material quickly.
Adaptability and ability to deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected presentations.
Excellent interpersonal skills and organization skills.
Must be able to work flexible schedule including some evenings.
Bachelor degree preferred.

Market Traders Institute offers:
Competitive compensation package that includes base salary plus commission with potential to earn 6 figures.
Excellent benefits package (company pays 100% for health, dental and vision benefits)
Matching 401(k) retirement plan and life insurance
Paid vacation and holiday
Training, development, and career advancement opportunities
Creative and collaborative team environment and a culture of innovation

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