The following exciting opportunities exist right here, right now. So, if you like me are willing to invest some time for the benefit of your community, and you want to learn something new, and you enjoy working in a virtual team, then this may interest you too
The Role: Ambassador
Report to: Head of Sales via a monthly 1-2-1 training / up-date session.
Commitment: 4 hours per week
Reward: 15% commission for own sales, 10% for renewals, and 5% for account managers (so you will quickly and easily recoup your own accreditation investment). Payment is made the following month on paid invoices.
Skills: Sound verbal and written communication skills, so good listening skills. A natural networker and self-motivated who enthusiastically and professionally engages with the public and organisations. Has a big picture mentality; is always looking for opportunities to promote the IAPCM while raising awareness about the importance and benefits of accreditation.
Training: On the job peer-training programme.
Mission Statement: I support individuals and organisations to gain their personal and organisational accreditation while educating the public about protecting themselves to only work with accredited professionals.
Responsibilities: Essentially, 90% of this role is virtual and face to face networking with 10% admin.
Working within the guidelines as defined by the sales strategy; the sole aim of which is to increase our core business – public and organisational accreditation.
Liaising with marketing about PR opportunities about the promotional material required to communicate effectively with potential clients, considering cultural and geographical needs, thus making sure the IAPCM are presented at every opportunity.
Create and maintain a local database of public and organisational prospects; to achieve this you’ll need to become an Olympian at collecting business cards, which means you’ll continually be exploring ways to source affiliate, joint venture and sponsorships opportunities.
You will also be finding us speaking to writing opportunities to help us increase everyone’s awareness of the IAPCM brand and benefits, so educating the public to ask for accredited coaches and mentors – just as they would ask for accredited professionals in any other industry.
Showing a genuine interest in what is going on within own regional territory is important, so reading local and nation press daily with a view to keeping the Head of Sales up to date with trends, ideas, surveys, statistics, legislation, competitor info. etc. This will help us meet the needs of everyone as well as build our core business.