Merchant Services Rep

Job Description The MerchantSales Representative II sells credit card processing products and services to a moderate sales goal. This position willsupportthe Burlington NJ region. Requirements o Manages prospecting activity within assigned geographic region. o Manages multiple Customer relationships. o Acts as a mentor to less experienced staff members o Prospects and meets Customers. o Maintains high Customer Service levels. o Makes recommendations to improve operational efficiencies. o Reviews documentation and partners with internal resources. o Produces and submits regular activity reports to management and updates sales force. o Ensures new sales acquired contribute positively to the overall net income and within our established guidelines of our organization. o Recommends complete set of products as appropriate for prospects in addition to product enhancements to prospects to ensure compatibility with card association regulations. o Develops new business and cross referrals to appropriate internal personnel. o Conducts comprehensive analysis on new prospect to acquire new business within established pricing guidelines. Must be eligible for employment under regulatory standards applicable to the position. Qualifications o 4 Year Degree or equivalent experience o 3-5 Years of related experience o Excellent sales skills, including history of successfully attracting new Customers. o Demonstrated business development track record. o In-depth knowledge of the merchant industry, products and services. o Proven negotiation skills. o Demonstrated relationship management skills. o Expert communication skills, both verbal and written. o Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communications skills. o Strong PC skills with the ability to work online and with third-party reporting systems. 211346BR
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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