International Sales/Telemarketing Account Managers
We are a marketing agency based in Asia and are part of a UK/Swiss Group of companies. We provide marketing and lead generation solutions to our international clients covering property, commercial real estate, alternative investments and other financial related services. All the products we market undergo strict due diligence.
We require professional sales/telemarketers to add to our highly motivated team. This is an exciting opportunity for someone to grow quickly within the Group and set their mark on the world stage.
The role is a demanding one; that requires energetic, hardworking and focused individuals. The preference is for sales, marketing, customer service or business development experience. We have opportunities in each sector. We require multiple team members, covering different languages including English (native), Chinese, Japanese, German, Italian, Russian, Portuguese and French. English is a must.
Assistant Office Manager - Full time position
Preference is for a female candidate 28 years or above with previous experience in an office management role/PA role, with excellent spoken and written English. Daily duties will consist of the day to day running of the office, undertaking all administration procedures, maintaining and recording all office costs, salaries, dealing with tradesmen and suppliers, liaising with Government Departments, organising company events, accommodation, travel, taxis and providing monthly, quarterly, half yearly and yearly reports.
Researcher(s) - 6 positions - Full or part time
Preference is for a person 20-28 years of age with good computer and internet skills. Must speak and write in English and be able to converse in English over the phone. Previous skills in internet research and data inputting would be helpful and should be conversant with MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
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