Simon Property Group Jobs in Boca Raton
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This sales position is accountable for enhancing the profitability of "Simon Guest Services" in order to maximize its return on investment. This is accomplished by directing, managing and coordinating the efforts of the sales staff through the creation of sales goals, sales strategies and cooperative efforts with related mall management and marketing activities all while providing concierge level...
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