Sales Development Representative

Location:  International, Anywhere; 100% Remote; Freelance

What does a Sales Development Representative do?

Here’s the job in a nutshell:

We’ll give you training about our business, legal marketing, and your role.

We’ll give you a daily list of leads.

We’ll also give you a script that we know works (because we’ve tested it many times), as well as a checklist of criteria to make sure prospects qualify.

Your job is to call the people on this list, build rapport, work through the script, make sure they qualify, and then schedule them for a strategy session with our specialist.

You will NOT be required to close the deal for our marketing solution, and you will NOT have to ask for or collect money. Your job is to make sure the right prospects begin to think about why they would like to work with us and to get them an appointment with our specialist.

Payment and other terms

This position provides a 1099 income, meaning that you will be self-employed and not an employee. You are responsible for speaking to a qualified CPA or accounting professional to ascertain how and when you will pay taxes on your wages.

Training Pay:

  • You will be paid $250 for the week of training if you attend all meetings, review all the training material, write a synopsis on each training video, and pass the Q&A.

Daily / Weekly Compensation:

  • You will be paid a daily compensation of $100 per day ($500 a week), plus $100 per week for attending all the meetings.
  • Total base weekly compensation = $600 per week.

Bonuses:

  • $50 bonus for each appointment set above 5 in a calendar week (6th set and above).
  • $100 bonus if your appointment is held, pitched and a contract is sent out by the Closer.
  • $100 bonus if your appointment results in a paid and closed deal by the Closer.

Payment is made weekly by direct deposit using bill.com.
You must email your invoice each Friday by 10 PM Eastern Time (US) and will
typically receive a direct deposit into your bank account within 5-6 business days.

Qualifications

This role is perfect for someone who is interested in developing their career in sales, marketing, business, or entrepreneurship – but who needs to get their foot in the door and prove themselves.

Here are the qualifications we’re looking for:

  • Good high-speed internet and quiet place to work as well as your own computer and headset are required – you must have these.
  • Ability to handle rejection and persistently pursue new leads to meet appointment-setting targets.
  • Willingness to learn sales methodology, and train and practice with the team.
  • Sales and/or collections experience is preferred, but not required.

Training and support

We have a formal onboarding program, where you’ll receive call training, an introduction to legal marketing and our company, your scripts, procedures, checklists, everything else you need to get started. We’ll also listen to recordings of some of your calls and provide ongoing coaching in the form of weekly team meetings and continual one-on-one training to help you improve your performance.

What’s the next step?

If working with us as a Sales Development Representative sounds like your bag, then here’s what you need to do.

Right-click on the below link and choose open link in new tab:

https://bit.ly/37ADjK5

Call the number below and follow the instructions:

(888) 684-5650