Full Potential Solutions (FPS) is a performance-based outsourcing firm headquartered in Boston, MA with over 4,300 global employees operating in 15 locations spread across nine countries. FPS puts culture and people first, employing the best people, processes, and proprietary technology available to deliver omni-channel solutions for our clients and fulfilling careers for our employees.
We believe that happy, fulfilled teams achieve great things! FPS offers a competitive suite of benefits for our employees, including a lucrative compensation program, medical/dental/vision benefits, and the opportunity for high potential career growth with a fast-growing company. We are committed to creating a culture where our people thrive and reach their full potential, ultimately delivering excellence for our clients.
Our Core Values:
Our Mission : To create conditions within which people can thrive!
Are you hungry to succeed and accelerate your career growth? Do you have what it takes to earn more than $50,000 per year, including bonuses, in your starting position with us? It is all within your reach at FPS - assuming you exhibit our core values. We are building a Center of Excellence for one of the largest Gig economy companies on the planet, and need talented, motivated and hard-working individuals who will help transform the manner in which this company engages with their clients, partners and customers..
We believe if we live by our core values and pay our people a premium, we will maintain our incredible culture as we attract and retain the best people. FPS is not for everyone. Those with a desire to serve, to problem-solve and to contribute with a sense of urgency, quality and collaboration will find FPS a unique and inviting workplace. We have grown globally to over 4,300 employees in 4 years - creating a host of career opportunities for our people to thrive!
We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, generous PTO, a performance-based bonus program and opportunities for training and career development. We provide the equipment (computer, dual monitors, etc.) you need for success, and currently operate in a fully remote work environment to ensure your safety and well-being during these challenging times.
As an Inside Sales Agent, you will be a fundamental part of our client's growth by creating business partnerships to reach and exceed personal and team targets.
Skills and Abilities
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Direct Sales Agent is $48,164 per year or $23 per hour. The highest paying Direct Sales Agent jobs have a salary over $72,000 per year while the lowest paying Direct Sales Agent jobs pay $32,000 per year
An assistant manager provides assistance and support to the direct manager in ensuring that the business runs smoothly with guaranteed satisfaction. An associate manager helps organize daily projects and manages employees to make sure that tasks are being done in a timely and accurate manner. Assistant managers are also expected to develop a good relationship with the whole workforce and clients to contribute to a successful and healthy workplace. An assistant manager is also required to present practical strategies for business growth, monitor daily operations, and communicate with clients for any possible suggestions and complaints.
An account executive is responsible for supporting existing clients, closing client deals, and developing sales strategies to increase the company's sales and satisfaction. An account executive must be competitive enough to keep up with the constant changes in the sales industry, including the high demands of digital marketing, a different approach to product advertising, effective negotiation, and presentation skills. An account executive also requires excellent communication skills for the successful acquisition of client accounts and immediately resolve possible complaints as they arise.
A store manager is responsible for monitoring the daily operations, making sure of its smooth and efficient performance with the best services provided to the customers. Store managers' duty also includes tracking the budget of the store to ensure that all expenses are meeting the sales goals. A store manager must also be able to plan and share strategies to boost sales performance and provide the needed support for the employees by communicating with them regularly, listening on suggestions, and taking necessary actions for complaints as required.
Managers are responsible for a specific department, function, or employee group. They oversee their assigned departments and all the employees under the department. Managers are responsible that the department they are handling is functioning well. They set the department goals and the steps they must take to achieve the goals. They are also in charge of assessing the performance of their departments and their employees. Additionally, managers are responsible for interviewing prospective candidates for department vacancies and assessing their fit to the needs of the department. Managers also set the general working environment in the department, and they are expected to ensure that their employees remain motivated.
Office managers oversee the entire workplace. They maintain office processes and services to ensure that everything is running well. They manage office supplies by managing inventory and procurement procedures. They also device filing systems, create needed and relevant office policies, and ensure that all the policies are being followed. As a way to make sure that the office is in top shape, office managers supervise most of the logistical aspects inside the office. They also provide support to both management teams and the rest of the employees. They often act as the bridge between the two and would sometimes even assist in the training of new employees.