We are EF Education First, the world’s largest private education company. Since 1965, we’ve helped millions of people break down barriers of language, culture, and geography.
With our business expanding around the globe, we’re seeking enthusiastic, entrepreneurial self-starters ready to make their mark on the global stage. Behind each of our succcesses lies an enterprising EF person who had a clever idea, led a strong team, or found an innovative solution.
How will you make a difference?
Position: Sales Coordinator
Santiago, Chile • REF193A
EF is the world leader in international education. Our mission is to break down barriers in language, culture, and geography and so far we have helped over 15 million people learn a language, discover the world or earn an academic degree. We have fifteen subsidiaries and non-profit organizations, schools and offices in over 50 countries and employs over 34,000 staff and teachers. In today’s increasingly complex and interdependent world our mission is more relevant than ever. www.ef.com
EF Corporate Language Learning Solutions is the B2B department within EF Education First. With 45 years of experience in helping companies communicate better, EF currently works with over 1000 companies in 120 countries. www.ef.com/corporate
As a Sales Coordinator you will join the Chilean sales team for the marketing, sales, promotion and organization of our language courses abroad for students.
Your responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:
Sell our language programs and destinations
Take full ownership of direct sales in the region and reach sales targets
Help promote and develop marketing activities (updating our website, launching email campaigns, developing brochures and promotional materials…)
Achieve excellent customer service and support proactively responding to client queries and advising customers on EF programs
Operate in a truly international environment and a young team
Sales oriented and target driven with 1-2 years work experience minimum in sales and marketing and/or tourism
Business, language or tourism studies background with a Bachelor’s degree
Mother tongue Spanish and fluent in English is a must
Business acumen with strong aptitude for negotiation and persuasion
Ability to communicate effectively and concisely to customers
Cultural awareness and ability to work within a team
Experience in a service-oriented industry
Other language knowledge
EF is an equal opportunities employer. EF offers competitive salaries and a multicultural working environment. If you are motivated by the prospect of an international career with a dynamic and forward-thinking company, we want to hear from you.
Posted:October 9, 2012
Experience: Mid-Senior level
Industries: Education Management, Leisure, Travel & Tourism
Compensation:$700,000 – 800,000 CLP (Chilean pesos) per month (gross)
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