Inside Sales Representative

Location: San Diego, CA

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

 

Membership Sales / Dating Specialist / Inside Sales

 

Imagine you got to go to work every day with the potential to change someone’s life forever.  Now imagine that helping change that person’s life also earned you some serious money.  Sound good?  Well then great news, we are hiring!

 

Life at It’s Just Lunch

 

One of the best things about working here is the environment.  We are a team and everyone celebrates each other’s success, from the CEO to your fellow Dating Specialists.  There are contests with great prizes too, for those who like a little friendly competition.  Your work-life balance is really important, so our hours are Monday through Friday from 9 am to 6 pm – no late nights, travel or weekends required.  Perhaps the best benefit of working at It’s Just Lunch is the pay.  There is a competitive base of $40,000 a year along with an uncapped commission structure.  A successful first year Dating Specialist earns an average of $75,000 per year. 

 

Opportunity Overview

 

Your main responsibility will be to sell It’s Just Lunch memberships to busy singles over the phone.  You’ll use a consultative sales approach to build rapport and discuss the potential client’s needs, then explain how our dating membership will benefit them.  You’ll also get to talk to them about potential matches and then, select matches for your new client based on your interview with them.  We have a comprehensive training program that will cover all of this and can transform you into an It’s Just Lunch Dating Specialist! 

 

Ideal Candidate

 

To be an It’s Just Lunch Rockstar, you need to be someone who is passionate about helping others find their special someone, and is enthusiastic about sharing that passion with others.  In addition, you need to be a sales professional with at least two years of phone sales experience and have experience handling a high volume of outbound calls per day.  You shouldn’t be one to shy away from objections and should excel at closing. 

 

Other Benefits of Working for It’s Just Lunch

 

Of course we offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, disability, paid time off and a 401K, but the benefits are so much more than that.  It’s coming into the office everyday knowing that you are helping people.  It’s the support and camaraderie that come from working with a team who is passionate about what we do, have a drive for success and feeding off of that success.  It’s knowing that there is an established avenue for advancement for you.  And finally, it’s knowing that your earning potential is uncapped, and that the effort you make can be rewarded in your paycheck. 

 

Location

 

It’s Just Lunch is located in a wonderful area of Del Mar just off Highway 5 which makes for an easy commute. Our offices have large individual desks, comfortable high back chairs to create an ideal working environment. Our office has a beautiful kitchen with a fridge, snack machines and complimentary coffee/tea and filtered water all day.  In the center of the building is a courtyard where you can soak up the sun during your lunch. Did I mention we are just a few minutes from Torre Pines? Take in the beach on your lunch!

 

About It’s Just Lunch

 

We have been helping singles date for the last 26 years and are the #1 personalized matchmaking service.  We have clients in 150 locations that span over 5 countries and have arranged over 2 million first dates.  Learn more about us here. 

 

Next Steps

 

If you are an inside sales professional with experience in consultative phone sales, please apply by clicking the link below.  Your application will be reviewed, and if qualifications are met, we will contact you within 5-7 days. 

 

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