Employment Account Exec (Former Employee), Jackson, MS – November 26, 2014
Pros: great environment
Cons: not enough sales comp
I would go to businesses in the Jackson area and talk to the head's of HR regarding their job openings and sell them the suite of products for careerbuilder.com. I managed also the print employment section of the newspaper.
Inside Sales Representative (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – October 14, 2014
Fast workplace with managers in place to help you learn on a day to day basis. I was always offered help whenever needed. Typical day at work would be to manage my time and coordinate calls to set up business appointments.
Client Support Specialist (Former Employee), Norcross, GA – September 26, 2014
I loved working here. A great culture, and strong work life balance. CareerBuilder definitely knows how to treat their people and it is refreshing to find a company that prides themselves in taking care of their people.
Senior Account Executive, Advanced Sales (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – June 16, 2014
CareerBuilder taught me sales, leadership, and training. I learned to cold call, prospect, create strong impact statements, present deals, as well as negotiate, and close. I have had a total of 4 different roles there and each one was different. In my last role as a Senior Account Executive, I started my day organizing, my clients were west coast and – more... so I would plan for meetings, call blocks, and who I needed to follow up with when I first got in. Then I would begin cold calling, run at least 2 meetings a day, and follow up on proposals and emails. – less
Personal business that took a lot of hard work and dedication
Recruiter/Sales (Former Employee), Columbus, OH – April 24, 2014
Pros: everything ran at my pace
Cons: constantly exhausted and stressed
This was my company, I started it from the ground up and worked diligently to get it off the ground. I worked with my staff everyday to keep everyone excited and to maintain a high sales average. We had constant promotions and team meetings to keep morale up! The hardest part of the job was being the business owner I never got a second to breathe, but – more... the best part was being my own boss and knowing that every breathe I put into my business made it that much better or worse. – less