We Create Opportunity
ERC is a growing end-to-end solutions provider in the accounts receivable management industry servicing clients nationwide with over 6,000 employees across multiple locations. Because of our relentless dedication to deliver nothing less than exceptional, our company continues to grow. Join us and you will too. We'll provide you with the tools, training and a team who will guide you and help you grow. And along the way you'll work with smart, fun people while receiving a great benefits package and earn some serious perks.
We Don't Breed the Weak
Let's keep it real. We haven't gotten this far by simply checking the boxes and delivering the bare minimum. We are a team of real go-getters - the kind of people who seek out challenges, attack the day and outperform themselves. Bottom line, you have the opportunity to elevate your career by giving 100% every day to reach your full potential and prove to ERC you want to be more than average.
We Don't Believe In Limits
Most of our employees begin as agents - one of the most valued positions in our company. Agents are our front line, speaking to customers on our clients' behalf. And when they meet their expectations and reach their goals, ERC as a company excels.
As a Talent Management Appointment Setter, you will be responsible for administration and operational support to recruitment process by scheduling interviews for recruiters in a high volume fast paced environment. If you have strong a service mindset, superior communication skills, process driven, and have a keen attention to detail, we want to speak with you.
Powering Performance Marketplaces in Digital Media
QuinStreet is a pioneer in powering decentralized online marketplaces that match searchers and “research and compare” consumers with brands . We run these virtual- and private-label marketplaces in one of the nation's largest media networks.
Our industry leading segmentation and AI-driven matching technologies help consumers find better solutions and brands faster . They allow brands to target and reach in-market customer prospects with pinpoint segment-by-segment accuracy, and to pay only for performance results.
Our campaign-results-driven matching decision engines and optimization algorithms are built from over 20 years and billions of dollars of online media experience.
We believe in:
We bring all this together to deliver truly great results for consumers and brands in the world's biggest channel.
Covid-19 Hiring Update:
As a company, we've transitioned to a work-from-home model and will continue to interview and hire during this time. This role is expected to begin as a remote position. We understand each person's circumstances may be unique and will work with you to explore possible interim options.
In this role, you will be calling pre-sourced leads to reach clients to set up phone appointments with a member of the sales team. This will allow the client to speak with the sales team to hear about how our service can help them grow their business by sending them quality leads for customers that are requesting their services.
QuinStreet is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy status, sex, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristics protected by law
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