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    A customer service representative, CRS, will act as a liaison, provide product/service information and resolve any emerging problems that our customer accounts might face. CSR are patient, empathetic, and passionate when communicating with customers. Problem-solving comes naturally to customer service representatives. Our target is to ensure excellent service standards, respond efficiently to customer inquiries and maintain high customer satisfaction.

    CSR Responsibilities:
    Managing incoming calls and customer service inquiries
    Generating sales leads that develop into new customers
    Identifying and assessing customers' needs to achieve satisfaction
    Provide accurate, valid and complete information by using the right methods/tools
    Follow communication procedures, guidelines, and policies
    Meet personal/customer service team sales targets

    Customer Service experience in pest control preferred
    Excellent communication skills
    Ability to multi-task, prioritize and manage time efficiently
    Strong phone contact handling skills and active listening
    High School degree/GED
    CSR Benefits:
    $11-20 hr/ based on experience
    Health benefits
    Vacation and sick days
    401K with company match
    Job Type: Full-time


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    Groomer Needed For 1 Dog In Chicago  

    - Chicago

    Chicago family needs a part-time groomer for 1 dog. Must love animals! Our ideal match will meet the requirements below.
    Category : Pet Care

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    Director of Pedagogy, Chicago Center for Teaching and Learning  

    - Chicago

    College The College

    About the Department
    The Chicago Center for Teaching and Learning (CCTL) advances teaching and learning at the University of Chicago by fostering a vibrant community of pedagogical reflection, practice, and innovation. The Center is positioned in the College under the Office of Research and Teaching Innovations. The CCTL provides support for faculty, instructors, and graduate and undergraduate students across all disciplines through workshops, conferences, courses, learning communities, and consultation on higher education pedagogy. The CCTL works with schools, divisions, and departments to advise on teaching development initiatives and collaborates with campus partners on developing and enhancing pedagogical programs. The CCTL is undergoing an exciting new phase of expansion. As the CCTL grows, center staff will work collaboratively to support existing programming and design and implement new innovative programs and services to help the Center achieve the following goals: Expand and deepen pedagogical development for scholar-teachers at all stages of their careers by: (1) building community through shared practice; (2) promoting equitable, engaged, and innovative teaching; and (3) supporting the generation of knowledge about teaching and learning and the ways to share this knowledge with others. Provide targeted support and programming for discipline-specific pedagogy in the departments and programs across the university, including, but not limited to, STEM fields and other quantitative and experimental programs and departments. Develop programming to support students (and other units that work with students) as they develop the skills to be independent learners in and outside of the classroom. The CCTL is committed to supporting and promoting effective, equitable, and evidence-informed teaching and learning at the University of Chicago. Equity, inclusion, and belonging form the basis of our pedagogy, programs, services, and interactions with all members of the University of Chicago community. All staff members at the CCTL are expected to uphold these principles in their work and to engage in ongoing professional development related to inclusive pedagogy.

    Job Summary
    Reporting to the Deputy Director and collaborating with the Executive Director and the CCTL staff, the Director of Pedagogy will manage the design, development and implementation of innovative, inclusive, evidence-informed pedagogical programming in support of faculty and instructors. The Director of Pedagogy will lead program logistics, create resources, develop and lead workshops, and collaborate with other CCTL staff on assessment of the programs, among other duties. This position will have the opportunity to teach one section a year of Course Design and College Teaching, the CCTL’s flagship pedagogy course, and contribute to other aspects of Center operations as needed.
    This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced educational developer to join our growing team. The individual in this role will be in a position to make a significant impact on pedagogical programs at the University of Chicago.  A successful candidate will have a PhD in a discipline represented at the University of Chicago, a strong track record of developing and leading pedagogy initiatives, experience in college teaching, and knowledge of the scholarship on teaching and learning.
    Plans and oversees programming and offerings for the UChicago teaching community, including flagship educational development programs for faculty and instructors.
    In collaboration with CCTL staff, designs, plans, and implements new programs for faculty and instructors to reach CCTL and University of Chicago goals for educational development.
    Assists the Executive Director and Deputy Director in short- and long-range strategic planning for the CCTL.
    Manages the budget for faculty and instructor programs in their portfolio, including the financial support disbursed to program participants.
    Develops and manages pedagogical resources (guides, literature reviews, etc.) for programs and events for faculty and instructors in their portfolio.
    Assists the Assistant Director of Research and Scholarship in implementing an assessment plan for faculty and instructor programs to evaluate effectiveness of reaching program goals, including surveys and interviews of participants, review of materials produced by participants, and analysis of teaching observation results, etc. Revises strategic priorities and makes programmatic changes in light of the assessment, in consultation with the Deputy Director and Executive Director of the CCTL.
    Along the the Deputy Director and Assistant Director of Pedagogy, leads the planning of an annual colloquium on teaching and learning, including directing logistics and communications relevant to the event, collaborating with other CCTL staff and campus partners as needed.
    Increases the CCTL’s profile, reputation, and visibility.
    Provides one-on-one consultations with individual instructors about their teaching, course, and student learning.
    Provides classroom observations and mid-course review sessions for faculty and instructors.
    Consults with campus leaders, including department chairs and School and Division Deans, on program and campus teaching and learning projects, such as curriculum design and assessment, active and inclusive teaching practices, and the assessment of teaching.
    Uses in-depth knowledge and experience to recommend concepts for programming to leaders of various organizations and programs at the University of Chicago.
    Teaches one section of Course Design and College Teaching, a pedagogy course for graduate students and postdoctoral scholars.
    Responsible for scholarly development programs/services offered by office, including content development and administration.
    Serves as institutional contact for internal and external stakeholders.
    Performs other related work as needed.

    Minimum Qualifications

    Minimum requirements include a college or university degree in related field.
    Work Experience:
    Minimum requirements include knowledge and skills developed through 5-7 years of work experience in a related job discipline.


    Preferred Qualifications

    PhD in related field.
    Minimum 5 years of experience in a related position, ideally in a center for teaching and learning or other pedagogically oriented unit.
    Educational development experience at a high-research institution.
    Knowledge of scholarship on teaching and learning.
    Designing, developing, and leading workshops and conducting teaching consultations.
    Comfort in an academic and research-intensive environment.
    Experience with instructional technology.
    Preferred Competencies
    Strong verbal and written communication skills.
    Strong organizational skills, and prioritize and manage concurrent tasks with interruptions.
    Work with faculty and instructors from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds.
    Demonstrated commitment to advancing innovative and inclusive teaching in higher education.
    Work effectively with supervision and as a part of a team, individually, or in concert with other offices and campus partners.
    Establish good working relationships with people of different backgrounds.
    Work autonomously, taking initiative and without detailed instructions.
    Excellent facilitation, consultation, and collaboration skills.
    Working Conditions
    Office environment.
    Fast-paced environment.
    Sit at a computer for 4-6 hours.
    Periodic walking to other campus locations.
    Option for working remotely one day a week during the academic year and two days a week during the summer.
    Application Documents
    Resume/CV (required)
    Cover Letter, to include interest in position (required)
    References Contact Information (3)(required)
    Teaching Statement (preferred)

    When applying, the document(s) MUST  be uploaded via the My Experience page, in the section titled Application Documents of the application.

    Job Family
    Student Affairs & Services

    Role Impact
    Individual Contributor

    FLSA Status

    Pay Frequency

    Scheduled Weekly Hours

    Benefits Eligible

    Drug Test Required

    Health Screen Required

    Motor Vehicle Record Inquiry Required

    Posting Statement

    Employees must comply with the University’s COVID-19 vaccination requirements. More information about the requirements can be found on the University of Chicago Vaccination GoForward.
    The University of Chicago is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity/Disabled/Veterans Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, status as an individual with a disability, protected vetera

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    Accounting Lead – US Accounting & Finance Chicago, New York  

    - New York

    About Lightricks

    Lightricks is a pioneer in innovative technology that leads to breakthrough moments throughout the creation process. With a mission to push the limits of technology to reimagine the way creators express themselves, we bring a unique blend of cutting-edge academic research and design to every user experience. 

    Our photo and video editing tools, including Facetune, Videoleap, and Photoleap, offer endless possibilities and inspiration, while our creator services, Popular Pays, provides content creators the ability to partner with brands to monetize their work and talents. We focus on putting creators in the center and empowering them from the moment inspiration strikes.

    Our culture:

    We expect each other to be good enough to teach, but willing to listen and learn. It’s important to us to: build a great product, be intentional about our culture, have a diverse team, and foster community between our creators, brands, and ourselves 

    Why this Role

    Set the pace for the future of Creators: Our platform encourages sharing, creativity, and helping each other grow. You can help us create a world where everyone can live their full creative lives and get paid to do it.

    Create something worth sharing: This is a great opportunity to own the whole US accounting function and build it from scratch at a fast-growing company preparing for potential IPO.

    Work with some of the best people in the world: We have a creatively-charged talented team that wants to make a difference. We lift each other up, and take pride in learning about each others similarities and differences.

    Experience the magic: We're at an inflection point in our growth and we're creating products to help our community of creators make magic happen.

    What will you do as our Accounting Lead?

    Oversee all accounting functions for our US site’s, including day-to-day bookkeeping & month end close activities, revenue recognition in accordance with ASC606, accounts payable & cash management, invoicing & collections, payroll and expense support, budgeting, annual taxes & compliance, and financial reporting.

    Run our US accounting team, including managing our accounting contractors and leading the department’s strategic initiatives.

    Partner with global finance and accounting team to build out broader strategies, integrating the accounting efforts of our different international offices and prepping the company for external audits and a potential IPO.

    Partner with US leadership and other relevant stakeholders to support the ongoing development of the US site’s reporting standards and forecasting & budgeting efforts.

    Establish and manage policies and procedures to ensure we have proper internal controls and processes are built for accuracy, efficiency, and scale.

    Assess the implications of new products and services to ensure our operations processes support our accounting efforts, we stay compliant with relevant laws and best practices, and we drive value to the business.

    You may be fit for this role if you are:

    A well-versed accounting professional with 5+ years of experience, covering varied roles and subject matter areas; a CPA or CPA candidate is preferred.

    An expert when it comes to GAAP, with experience recognizing revenue in accordance with ASC606.

    A strategic thinker with an eye for process, but one who’s not afraid to roll up their sleeves and execute.

    Excellent communication skills and a proven track record of working cross-functionally with other departments to drive value to the business.

    Experience in the review and implementation of financial controls and procedures, especially at a high growth startup and/or an international company.

    Proficient in accounting/financial management software, advanced experience with Excel (pivots, lookups & macros), G Suite, and other relevant tools; Experience with Quickbooks Online and Oracle NetSuite is a plus.


    Competitive salary

    Stock options

    Health/dental/vision with majority of premiums paid by the company

    401k with company match up to 4%

    Generous PTO (21 days + holidays)

    Talented teammates and a strong work culture focused on outputs instead of inputs, supporting a healthy work-life balance

    Lightricks is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating an inclusive and welcoming environment for every person who walks through our doors. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, not by one's beliefs. Even if you don't fit everything, we encourage you to apply!



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    Portfolio Manager (CRE/C&I) – To $120K – Chicago, IL – Job # 2905  

    - Chicago

    Who We Are

    The Symicor Group is a boutique talent acquisition firm based in Lincolnshire, IL & San Antonio, TX. Our nationally unique value proposition centers around providing the very best available banking and accounting talent. In fact, most of our recruiters are former bankers or accountants themselves!

    We know how to evaluate the very best banking and accounting talent available in the market. Whether you are a candidate seeking a new opportunity or a bank or company president trying to fill an essential position, The Symicor Group stands ready to deliver premium results for you.

    The Position

    Our bank client is seeking to fill a Portfolio Manager (CRE/C&I) role in the Chicago, IL area. This selected candidate will manage a portfolio of existing loans and do new business development.

    This position includes a generous salary of up to $120K and a full benefits package. (This is not a remote position).
    Managing a portfolio of commercial clients including monitoring loan covenants and structuring loan proposals.
    Underwriting and originating new credits from existing and/or new customers including renewals, modifications, and annual reviews.
    Making appropriate loan structure recommendations.
    New Business Development.
    Proactively looks to expand client base by cultivating referral relationships, and target marketing clients/prospects in accordance with the Bank’s marketing standards.
    Meeting and exceeding monthly performance scorecard goals that include but, are not limited to developing new profitable business relationships.
    Enhancing the cross-sell ratio through the expansion and deepening of client penetration as well as job-related behaviors.
    Spreading, analyzing, and reviewing financial conditions, income sources, and collateral coverage of borrowers including corporations, partnerships, sole proprietors, and individuals.
    Collecting updated borrower financial information in accordance with periodic reporting requirements and completing scheduled loan reviews.
    Preparing loan presentation write-ups for management and loan committee approvals.
    Ensuring that loans and other assets are appropriately, and timely risk rated in accordance with the Bank’s loan policy.
    Who Are You?

    You’re someone who wants to influence your own development. You’re looking for an opportunity where you can pursue your interests and your passion. Where a job title is not considered the final definition of who you are, but merely the starting point for your future.

    You also bring the following skills and experience:
    Bachelor’s degree is preferred, or equivalent business experience is preferred.
    Five or more years in a commercial real estate department of a bank.
    Knowledge of loan documentation.
    Strong background in prospecting for new clients and a demonstrated track record in business development.
    Strong organizational, and time management skills, and leadership qualities.
    Excellent written and oral communication skills.
    Ability to understand accounting, including financial statement spreads, cash flows, and credit analysis.
    The next step is yours. Email us your current resume along with the position you are considering to:

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    Community Bank Branch Manager – Up to $80K – Chicago, IL – Job # 1754  

    - Chicago

    Community Bank Branch Manager – Up to $80K – Chicago, IL – Job # 1754
    Who We Are

    The Symicor Group is a boutique talent acquisition firm based in Lincolnshire, IL & San Antonio, TX. Our nationally unique value proposition centers around providing the very best available banking and accounting talent. In fact, most of our recruiters are former bankers or accountants themselves!

    We know how to evaluate the very best banking and accounting talent available in the market. Whether you are a candidate seeking a new opportunity or a bank or company president trying to fill an essential position, The Symicor Group stands ready to deliver premium results for you.

    The Position

    Our client is seeking to fill a Branch Manager role in the Chicago, IL market. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing branch activities, including teller operations, general customer service activities, loan processing, collections and personnel administration. The candidate must be fluent in Cantonese or Mandarin.

    This opportunity has a generous salary of up to $80K plus bonus and an excellent benefits package.

    Community Bank Branch Manager responsibilities include:
    Managing all aspects of the branch including the safety and soundness of the branch and the day to day operations of the branch.
    Responsible to recruit and select qualified and competent staff to maintain high service levels.
    Providing back-up to the personal banker and tellers which includes opening new accounts, cashing checks, accepting checks and withdrawals, handling loan payments, etc.
    Providing training for team members on all policies and procedures, including safety/security issues and compliance training.
    Interviewing customers to obtain information and explain financial services such as savings and checking accounts, Retirement Account, Certificates of Deposit, savings bonds, and securities.
    Cross-selling a full range of retail services to present and potential customers.
    Ensuring the branch conforms to compliance regulations as well as all State and Federal laws, regulation and policies.
    Participating in community and civic activities and recommending ways of enhancing market share and the Bank’s presence in the community.
    Who Are You?

    You’re someone who wants to influence your own development. You’re looking for an opportunity where you can pursue your interests and your passion. Where a job title is not considered the final definition of who you are, but merely the starting point for your future.

    You also bring the following skills and experience:
    Must be fluent in Cantonese or Mandarin.
    A college degree in business or finance preferred.
    Three or more years’ experience in a financial institution, with a minimum of two or more years of supervisory experience.
    In depth knowledge of consumer and mortgage loan applications, underwriting, and closing procedures is a plus.
    Superior customer service and proven sales skills.
    Strong PC skills, with proficiency in Excel and Microsoft Office suite.
    The next step is yours. Email us your current resume along with the position you are considering to:

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    Human Factors Research Director-Chicago  

    - Chicago

    Are you interested in working fora fast-growing organization that has carved out a niche in Human Factors? Are you passionate about impacting the lives of patients, caregivers, and healthcare providers? Join the Design Science team in our Philadelphia location!

    For over 30 years, our organization has been committed to improving the quality and safety of medical devices worldwide. Design Science is headquartered in the heart of Philadelphia, PA, with offices in Evanston, IL, and Munich, Germany. Our team consists of diverse, talented, and caring individuals who value socially impactful work in a collaborative culture.

    Job Description


    The Research Director is an outstanding opportunity to take your career to the next level with an established organization in the human factors research and usability testingspace. Design Science is expanding our Evanston office and we need a strong leader to help guide the team to continued success!

    The Research Director provides day-to-day leadership for project teams in conducting Human Factors research and usability testing that meets or exceeds clients' objectives and expectations. The Research Directorliaises with clients and designs research to ensure alignment between client needs and applicable regulatory strategy. They supervisethe execution of all Human Factors projects from initial inquiry, through proposal writing to final delivery, making documentation, personnel, and budgetary adjustments as necessary to ensure profitable and effective research. The Research Directorhires new HF staff, manages the workload of the HF staff and facilitates their professional development, while creating and refining procedures and policies to enable their success.

    The Research Directoris also responsible for setting the commercial engagement strategy for Design Science’s Human Factors practice whilst at the same time seeking out, evaluating and developing strategies to win new business in related fields. The Research Director creates, tracks, and manages the HF department yearly budget and future department goals.

    Primary Responsibilities:
    Managing Account Directors and all Human Factors staff and organizing and supervising Human Factors department meetings and project meetings
    Overseeing client engagement, proposal writing, and ongoing client management
    Overseeing project execution, providing guidance when needed
    Reviewing project budgets and overseeing project profitability
    Reviewing monthly HF department financial and personnel timesheet reports
    Providing summaries and reports outlining departmental activity, business development pipeline, and profitability
    Creating and managing HF department budget; Allocating and managing capital appropriately to support HF department and company priorities
    Collaborating with COO/Principals to develop and track HF department goals
    Monitoring studies, including research and analysis plans
    Planning, reviewing, and editing deliverables
    Presenting to clients and managing the deliverable presentations by other Human Factors staff
    Cultivating beneficial collaboration and relationships with third-parties
    Managing scope of work changes and writing appropriate addendums
    Leading process improvement initiatives
    Creating and refining standard operating procedures for Human Factors
    Sourcing/developing/providing training on Human Factors methods and practices
    Facilitating the professional development of HF staff
    Hiring HF staff
    Secondary Responsibilities:
    Working with the COO/Principals to develop overarching commercial strategy for Design Science
    Collaborating with the COO/Principals to develop and track yearly company goals
    Supporting COO in developing strategies to monitor performance and capture metrics to support staff development and incentives
    Participating in strategic meetings
    Supporting the Principals and management team in establishing annual company goals and objectives, creating a strategic three-, five-, and ten-year growth plan and implementing new processes and approaches to achieve such goals
    Supporting internal operations
    Human factors experience in the medical field is required
    Master’s degree in human factors; industrial engineering; experimental, cognitive, or perceptual psychology, anthropology, business (i.e., MBA) or related field (i.e., product design and development). Bachelor’s degree in related fields will also be considered with adequate professional experience.
    Minimum 5 years of client or internal stakeholder management experience
    Evidence of collaboration with colleagues in other disciplines such as software development, mechanical and electrical engineering, industrial design, visual design, and marketing
    Strong knowledge of management and sales principles, methods, practices, and techniques
    Proven track record of ability to successfully lead a team towards a common goal
    Strong writing and presentation skills
    Ability to work full time at a Design Science office and to travel approximately 20% of the time, domestically and internationally
    The finalist must successfully pass a background check
    Additional Skills & Experience Desired:
    Experience with, or knowledge of, FDA regulatory guidance on usability and medical devices
    Interest in and familiarity with the design of medical devices
    Knowledge of financial principles and budgetary planning
    Additional Information

    Here’s what we’re offering:
    Full-time position (40+ hrs/week)
    Salary commensurate with experience
    Lots of benefits: 100 % Company PaidHealth, dental, vision, life, disability, 401k, bonus-eligibility, 20 days PTO to start, Summer Fridays, paid family leave, flex work hours, all you can drink coffee, the best co-workers, and more!

    You must submit a resume and cover letter for consideration.

    Visit our website / blog at www.dscience.com for more information on the company, or check us out on social media @designscience .


    Minorities, females, individuals with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply

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    New Internal Medicine - Chicago Primary Care with Partnership  

    - Lemont

    New Internal Medicine - Chicago Primary Care with Partnership

    Enterprise Medical Recruiting is interviewing BC/BE Internal Medicine physicians for an established group in Chicago, Illinois. This is a full-time permanent position with a private group.
    Outpatient only
    Work 2 of 3 locations (Woodridge, Lemont, and/or Lombard)
    4 or 5-day Workweek 
    EMR is E-Clinical Works
    Negotiable Base Salary - Health, Malpractice, and 401k Benefits
    Partnership Potential
    Chicago has it all! Children can attend excellent public, parochial and private schools. Get a higher education at several of Chicago’s finest universities/colleges. 

    Chicago has everything from A - Z. Enjoy watching pro sports, visiting museums, taking in the theatre, check out the zoo, go shopping and dine at some of the best fine dining in Illinois and much, much more. 

    If you like the Midwest, then this is the place for you. Contact us today for more information about this opportunity.

    Let us search for your Internal Medicine job!

    Hi! I'm Brian Nichols, an expert consultant in . I've helped many medical professionals find a new job in their specialty. I look forward to helping you next!

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    First contact for prospects of Oracle business via outbound calls. Qualifies Oracle prospects and produces quality leads for the Oracle Sales Force.

    Acts as the first contact for many prospects in Oracle business via outbound calls. Qualifies Oracle prospects and produces quality leads for the Oracle Sales Force. Performs database and record keeping activities.

    0-2 years work experience. Able to demonstrate time management, basic telesales skills, and knowledge of Oracle products and services (training provided). Goal oriented individual with superior communication skills. Able to complete individual goals as well as work in a team environment. Demonstrated ability to communicate using technical concepts. Working knowledge of Oracle products a plus but not necessary. Professional demeanor. Desire for a long-term career in sales. Able to gain competence in own area and acquire a higher level understanding of role, processes, and procedures.

    Oracle NetSuite Overview

    Come and join us! In 1998, NetSuite pioneered the Cloud Computing revolution, establishing the world’s first company dedicated to delivering business applications over the Internet. On November 7, 2016 Oracle's acquisition of NetSuite became official, bringing together the reach of NetSuite's cloud ERP solutions for small to midsize businesses with the breadth and depth of Oracle's enterprise-grade cloud solutions for the back and front office. Today, NetSuite provides a suite of cloud-based financials / Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and omnichannel commerce software that runs the business of more than 16,000 companies in more than 100 countries.

    Why Oracle NetSuite

    Are you driven, hardworking and eager to launch your career in a high-energy, collaborative development program at the original cloud company? We want to talk to you about joining our team. The NetSuite BDR Organization embraces the GRIND. We work as a team with integrity, develop our people, collaborate & innovate, are accountable, hold a high work ethic, and we have a contagious culture of winning.

    Business Development Representative (BDR) Program prepares entry level candidates for a stimulating and rewarding sales career in the exciting cloud-business arena. Our 15 – 18 month program is centered around lead generation and talent development. From their first day, our BDRs are trained weekly on core sales skills that help them drive impact through lead generation and qualification during and after the BDR role. Successful graduates from our BDR program have progressed into more advanced sales roles which provides increased earning potential, and our promote-from-within culture has propelled our most committed and innovative BDRs into leadership roles within sales and business development. This program is invested in talent who is committed to growing, learning, and performing in this role and beyond.

    Your Responsibilities:
    Sourcing & qualifying quality leads for the Account Executives.
    Interacting by phone and email with key personnel up to, and including, C-Level Executives.
    Acquiring & maintaining a solid understanding of Oracle NetSuite solutions to become a trusted advisor to prospects.
    Uncovering & qualifying prospective customer needs, understanding business processes, identifying projects, determining requirements, and ascertaining potential solutions.
    Demonstrating initiative, creativity & collaboration through ad-hoc projects for various departments.
    We Love to See:
    BA/BS degree with a GPA of 3.0 or higher;
    0-1 year of related work experience, post-graduation;
    Desire to work in sales and in the tech industry;
    Coachable, self-motivated, curious and resilient, with a “get the job done” demeanor;
    Well-rounded with varied interests, background, and experience; and
    Professional, efficient communication (verbal, written, and presentation) and interpersonal skills (positive and personable).
    If this sounds like you, we hope to meet you!

    No visa sponsorship is available for this position.

    If you are interested in working at Oracle and you have more than 1 year of professional full-time work experience (excluding internships, research and/or teaching assistant roles, and/or military experience), please apply to Oracle’s experienced job openings. For information on currently open positions at Oracle, please visit

    Division: NetSuite Global Business Unit

    Locations: Austin, TX; Burlington, MA; Chicago, IL; Denver, CO; Durham, NC; Santa Monica, CA

    To Apply: Oracle.com/NetSuiteCampus

    Life at Oracle and Equal Opportunity:

    An Oracle career can span industries, roles, Countries and cultures, giving you the opportunity to flourish in new roles and innovate, while blending work life in. Oracle has thrived through 40+ years of change by innovating and operating with integrity while delivering for the top companies in almost every industry.

    In order to nurture the talent that makes this happen, we are committed to an inclusive culture that celebrates and values diverse insights and perspectives, a workforce that inspires thought leadership and innovation.

    Oracle offers a highly competitive suite of Employee Benefits designed on the principles of parity, consistency, and affordability. The overall package includes certain core elements such as Medical, Life Insurance, access to Retirement Planning, and much more. We also encourage our employees to engage in the culture of giving back to the communities where we live and do business.

    At Oracle, we believe that innovation starts with diversity and inclusion and to create the future we need talent from various backgrounds, perspectives, and abilities. We ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to successfully participate in the job application, interview process, and in potential roles to perform crucial job functions.

    That’s why we’re committed to creating a workforce where all individuals can do their best work. It’s when everyone’s voice is heard and valued that we’re inspired to go beyond what’s been done before.

    Disclaimer: Oracle is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer*. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability and protected veterans’ status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Oracle will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records pursuant to applicable law.
    Which includes being a United States Affirmative Action Employer

    As a world leader in cloud solutions, Oracle uses tomorrow’s technology to tackle today’s problems. True innovation starts with diverse perspectives and various abilities and backgrounds.
    When everyone’s voice is heard, we’re inspired to go beyond what’s been done before. It’s why we’re committed to expanding our inclusive workforce that promotes diverse insights and perspectives.

    We’ve partnered with industry-leaders in almost every sector—and continue to thrive after 40+ years of change by operating with integrity.

    Oracle careers open the door to global opportunities where work-life balance flourishes. We offer a highly competitive suite of employee benefits designed on the principles of parity and consistency. We put our people first with flexible medical, life insurance and retirement options. We also encourage employees to give back to their communities through our volunteer programs.

    We’re committed to including people with disabilities at all stages of the employment process. If you would like accessibility assistance or accommodation for a disability at any point, let us know at +1.888.404.2494, Option 1.


    Certain US customer or client-facing roles may be required to comply with applicable requirements, such as immunization and occupational health mandates.

    Oracle is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer*. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability and protected veterans’ status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Oracle will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records pursuant to applicable law.

    * Which includes being a United States Affirmative Action Employer

    This employer is a corporate member of myGwork - LGBTQ+ professionals, the business community for LGBTQ+ professionals, students, inclusive employers & anyone who believes in workplace equality.

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    Provide high level customer service and hospitality. Assist studio management in daily studio tasks and projects. Maintain a positive attitude and take initiativeSupport trainers and ensure that class check-in process runs smoothly. Work as a cohesiv Studio Coordinator, Studio, Coordinator, Instructor, Business Services

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