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Inside Sales - (Las Vegas)

Are you good at sales? Are you confident that you can comfortably talk to professionals about their business needs? Is phone sales your thing? Do you want to be responsible for your own success?

LegalMatch is looking for experienced, enthusiastic Inside Sales Reps. As a member of our growing team, you get to develop, build and manage your own pipeline. You are responsible for the entire sales process, from prospecting and appointment setting to demonstrating our service and closing.

If you can:

  • Prospect on the telephone to contact and qualify attorneys.
  • Demonstrate our service via the internet to attorney decision makers.
  • Interview attorneys for a possible match for LegalMatch membership. Have the confidence.
  • and polish of a business consultant.
  • Quote the price and discuss contracts.
  • Bring home the deal.


If you have:
3-5 Years of experience in a sales oriented environment

  • Excellent telephone communication skills, and are self-motivated.
  • The ability to "solution sell" a product or service.
  • The ability to identify the decision maker and be comfortable calling and dealing with decision makers.
  • High energy, the ability to maintain a persistent mindset, enthusiasm, and are extremely goal oriented.
  • A professional business manner.
  • The ability to organize and prioritize work independently, with minimal supervision.
  • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Basic computer and internet skills; knowledge of Salesforce a plus.
  • Bachelors degree preferred.


Company Culture:

LegalMatch offers a dynamic yet casual and fun work environment. We recognize that our employees are the key to our future, so LegalMatch offers a unique environment where your ideas are always appreciated and your contributions make an important difference. Because of this philosophy, we offer competitive compensation packages and benefits for every employee. All of our employees enjoy the ability to make an immediate impact, learn new things and partake in a high-energy, vibrant working environment with extremely accomplished people.

LegalMatch, headquartered in San Francisco, is a profitable, privately-held company on the fast track. Due to this fast-paced growth, we are expanding our Henderson office and looking for overachievers to be part of the team! Our mission is to provide the best way for people to find an attorney, and the best way for attorneys to focus and grow their practices.

 

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