SCI Funeral & Cemetery Purchasing Cooperative, Inc. Jobs in Anaheim
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Don’t just get a job. Start a rewarding career. We currently have openings for Sales Professionals located in Westminster, CA and the surrounding Orange County area. We are looking for someone with integrity that is energetic and ambitious. We provide excellent structured training in the classroom, in the field and on-line. Your responsibilities will include making sales presentations, networking,...
Pre-Planning Advisors Needed! Selling Power Magazine just rated SCI/Dignity Memorial in their Top 25 Best Service Companies to sell for! (Dec 2012 issue – tied for 16th!). That rating was based on three areas YOU care most about: Compensation, Training, and Career Mobility. We are growing our Sales Force by 30% this year to meet the increasing demand for our products and services. This opportunity...
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