The Gannett DESC (Digital Employment Sales Center), located in downtown Indy, is seeking Inside Sales Representatives to join our growing team of recruitment industry experts who sell recruitment advertising solutions to small-to-midsize businesses across the country. With an assigned book of business, you will manage the entire sales process from prospecting to close using consultative methods. Our highly-driven and motivated business development professionals are empowered to support each other in ensuring that we all exceed goals and deliver maximum results to our clients.
What You’ll Do:
What We Offer: We want the best people to join us here at the DESC, and we offer a competitive compensation plan for our employees:
What You’ll Bring: We are seeking highly motivated self-starters who are able to resourcefully multitask in a fast paced and challenging environment. You must be driven to grow professionally and possess the aptitude to become a recruitment industry expert, gaining industry knowledge of the online recruitment industry and customers' industries, while gaining an understanding of human capital and best practices. Ideal candidates are hungry to learn and develop their skills, possessing a mentality to uncover opportunities that fit our solutions.
Other job requirements include:
Company Overview – Gannett DESC (Digital Employment Sales Center) Gannett DESC (Digital Employment Sales Center) is a team of specialized business-to-business inside sales professionals that helps employers across the country maximize their recruiting efforts. Our employees are recruitment industry experts with a passion and drive for helping our clients gain access to the most talented pool of job candidates to fill their open positions.
The DESC is a department of Gannett, one of the largest newspaper publishers in the United States with more than 110 newspaper brands with corresponding websites. Gannett newspapers range from small to large markets with many well-known newspapers ranging from the USA Today, the Indianapolis Star, the Cincinnati Enquirer, and the Tennessean