Our IT company is proud to announce a recent home-based opening of a Business Development Manager available now. This position would allow you to develop your own project management skills, as well as accumulate the valuable experience of serving corporate customers.
We are results-oiented and performance driven â merge business development and customer service for a rewarding career with our company. The ultimate objective is to aggressively grow revenue to make our company the top one in selected target markets, while maintaining acceptable profitability.
This is a home-based job that will take approximately 6 hours per day, Monday to Friday. All tasks and documentation are submitted through a web panel|interface) on our corporate server, which you will be able to access over the Internet, from your computer. No special software or equipment is necessary. This job does NOT involve any sales, promotion or cold calling.
We also have a special offer for business owners: if you own a company or are capable of establishing one especially for working with us, we can become official partners. Partnership would grant you such benefits as the access to signficant corporate contracts with increased bonuses, the higher monthly base pay of $5,000, personal support, business trips to international industry events, etc.
If you are interested in the Business Development Manager job and would like to apply for it and get additional details, please send us the most up-to-date copy of your resume at email@example.com. Once we review and confirm your information, we will contact you to continue with the employment process. Applicants available to start immediately will have the priority.
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