Careers


Prospectors/Appointment Specialists - USA - APPCNV

An appointment setter is someone who contacts potential customers and arrange sales calls. Typically, appointment setters will make approximately One Hundred Fifty calls daily and are responsible for keeping the records of potential clients and of their productivity/ Appointment Setters may go into the field to do business surveys and networking to create sales leads.
       Position Requirements:
  • Appointment setting experience preferred but not necessary
  • Positive attitudes and strong character needed
  • Strong customer service and people skills
  • Part time and Full time positions available
  • Work from Home

  • Commission type program which pays $100 per closed sale
  • Top performing agents are eligible for bonuses including a $1000+ monthly bonus
  • Professional, ongoing weekly training, along with personal, one-on-one sales support- dedicated sales manager
  • Outstanding Medical, Dental HMO, Disability and Vision insurance
  • Professional, ongoing weekly training and personal, one-on-one sales support.
  • Lifetime Annuity Income
  • 401K
  • ESOP
Considered an entry-level administrative position, appointment setters play a critical role in our business. Work is done primarily through business-to-business, or B2B, telephone calls, although email or in-person contact can also be involved.

Duties
Workers must contact potential clients or customers to discuss a company and its services or products. The goal is to get these contacts seriously interested in meeting with a salesperson.

Significance
These marketers offer a first impression of a business. Dedication and professionalism can increase company revenue. The more appointments set, the greater opportunity the sales staff has to make presentations, promote the business and make sales.

Skills
Proficiency in office computer programs and record keeping is essential, as well as pleasant, professional phone etiquette. Accurate records must be made of who is called, what appointments are set and which contacts require follow-up calls.

Education
Educational background in business and marketing is beneficial. Workers must be well-versed in a company's products and services to represent it well on a daily basis.
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Trusted Advisers - USA - TRADV20

A Trusted Advisor is responsible for establishing a relationship, maintaining it and deepening it. A good relationship manager builds so much customer loyalty that the client always gives her the first shot at any new business--and, all else being close to equal, will ultimately award the new business to her because of that longstanding relationship.





There are no formal requirements for a Trusted Advisor.

All that is required is the ability to establish trust, a good rapport, and the ability to understand a client's needs and provide solutions. Although no formal qualifications are required, specific industry knowledge or experience is often necessary to successfully understand a client's needs and provide a fully customized solution. The position involves prospecting and networking with the local small business community. We offer over 32 Business Solutions.

Our organization is seeking people who love to sell face to face in a one-call close environment.

  • New Trainees qualify for a 90 day $25,000 high productivity bonus.
  • Top performing sales people are eligible for bonuses.
  • Bonuses are daily, weekly and monthly.
  • Outstanding Medical, Dental HMO, Disability and Vision insurance
  • Residual-type program which pays 30% per account for hardware/software sales plus 30% lifetime, vested residuals
  • Professional, ongoing weekly training and personal, one-on-one sales support.
  • Performance based compensation program of $55,000+
  • Lifetime Annuity Income
  • 401K
  • ESOP

A Trusted Advisor primary responsibility is to sell. The difference between a run-of-the-mill salesman and a Trusted Advisor is the length of the sales cycle and the ongoing nature of the relationship. Whereas a salesman looks to meet an immediate need, a Trusted Advisor looks to meet the immediate and long-term needs of a client.

The Trusted Advisor must be knowledgeable and present himself as a person who can provide solutions. Anyone can sell a television or a car, but it requires you to solve the complex and varied needs of clients who are planning for retirement, trying to manage their wealth or exploring options to sell their business. Due to the long-term nature of his needs, a client must be able to trust that his Trusted Advisor will always be there to take care of him and help him through any changes.

The Trusted Advisor is also different from a typical salesman due to the difference in power structure. A salesman is primarily hoping to make the sale. Though developing a long-term relationship would be beneficial, it is a secondary consideration. As a result, almost all of the power is with the buyer.

You provide a valuable intangible service because of her familiarity with the client's historical needs, as well as the solutions she has provided over the years that cause the power structure to be more balanced. The Trusted Advisor still must make the sale and continue the relationship, but the client cannot easily walk away and find a replacement without incurring hard and soft costs as a result of switching.


The position involves building a relationship as a Trusted Adviser. Alternative Loan Programs, Payroll, Advanced Funding and Business Profitability Solutions.


Preferred Qualifications:
Bi-lingual a plus
Experience in closing one-call deals preferred
The ability to network and cold call is also helpful (but not required)
Key responsibilities of this position include presenting products and services to merchants, closing deals via pre-set appointments, ensuring properly written contracts, and continuous contact with sales management. Successful Advisors in our organization cold call using our Economic Development surveys and Cold Calling. You should be adept at working referral business, and great at networking.
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Area Sales Manager - USA - 32751

The Area Sales Managers combines the duties of a Trusted Advisor with those of a manager. While much of an area sales manager's duties will revolve around managing a staff, Area Manager is still responsible for achieving their personal sales targets and other metrics for their specific geographic area.


  • Position Requirements:
  • 5 years+ of sales management experience
  • Willingness to submit to background check
  • Positive attitudes and strong character needed
  • Strong customer service and people skills
  • Reliable transportation is required
  • Bilingual (Preferred)




  • New Trainees qualify for a 90 day $25,000 high productivity bonus.
  • Top performing Managers are eligible for bonuses including a cell phone allowance, monthly funding bonuses, and gas allowance.

  • Outstanding Medical, Dental HMO, Disability and Vision insurance
  • Residual-type program which pays 30% per account for hardware/software sales plus 30% lifetime, vested residuals
  • 5-10% Net of team commissions and residuals
  • Professional, ongoing weekly training and personal, one-on-one sales support.
  • Performance based compensation program of $85,000+
  • Lifetime Annuity Income
  • 401K
  • ESOP

Manage a Geographical Region
Area sales managers oversee sales operations over a given geographical area. The size of the area will depend on the size of the company and the client density in the area. Area sales managers typically report to a sales director or regional manager who manages several area sales managers. Some area sales managers are responsible for assigning sales territories for their subordinates.

Manage Staff
Area sales managers generally have several team members (Trusted Advisor). These can be sales executives, or other managers, each with their own staffs. An area sales manager is responsible for the training and development of all his direct reports. If any of an area sales manager's subordinates fails to perform as the company requires, the area manager must conduct disciplinary procedures.

Target and Acquire New Business
In our company, area sales managers are responsible for the creation of new business. Area sales managers must prospect, or search out potential business, then qualify any leads that they prospected and sell products to qualified customers. In some companies, area sales managers must conduct sales presentations and are the point of contact for customers with questions or account issues.

Analyze Sales Data
Area sales managers must be able to collect and analyze sales data for their area to better understand how to maximize sales. Area sales managers must use the collected data to forecast sales numbers in order to maintain an acceptable amount of inventory. Area sales managers have to be able to report their sales data and its significance to their superiors.
Coordinate Inter-Department Collaboration.

Meet Monthly Sales Metrics
Area sales managers have to attain or exceed monthly sales quotas. In addition to sales quotas, area sales managers may be responsible for a host of sales and customer service metrics. Area sales managers are also responsible for setting the quotas and metrics for their subordinates.

Handle Customer Escalations
Area sales managers may be directly responsible for handling key accounts, but they can also be required to get involved with any customer who has an issue. Customers who have registered complaints with the area sales manager's subordinates and who have not been placated may need to be contacted by the area sales manager to resolve their issue.

At ShurrFinancial, it is easy for different divisions to remain segregated and have little contact with each other. Area sales managers must be able to recognize when inter-departmental collaboration will benefit both departments. Area sales managers are responsible for communicating with managers in other divisions and coordinating any collaboration.

  • Preferred Qualifications:
  • English Speaking
  • Bi-lingual a plus but not necessary
  • Experience in closing one-call deals preferred
  • The ability to network and cold-call is also helpful
Key responsibilities of this position include presenting products and services to merchants, closing deals via pre-set appointments, ensuring properly written contracts, and continuous contact with sales management. Successful sales people in this organization run all pre-set and canvassed appointments, are adept at working referral business, and are great at networking.
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Division Sales Managers - USA - 32771

Division managers are the leaders of each territory.  These professionals are well-rounded and skilled in a variety of managerial and sales tasks.  Some of these tasks include human resources, sales management, production management and administrative management.  They oversee a wide range of personnel with different managerial needs.  They have a great organizational responsibility while reporting to the VP of Sales.






Position Requirements:

  • 10 years+ of sales management experience
  • Willingness to submit to background check
  • Positive attitudes and strong character needed
  • Strong customer service and people skills
  • Bilingual (Preferred)
  • New Trainees qualify for a 90 day $25,000 high productivity bonus.
  • Top performing Managers are eligible for bonuses including a cell phone allowance, monthly funding bonuses, and gas allowance.


  • Outstanding Medical, Dental HMO, Disability and Vision insurance
  • Residual-type program which pays 30% per account for hardware/software sales plus 30% lifetime, vested residuals
  • 1-5% Guaranteed of team commissions and residuals
  • Professional, ongoing weekly training and personal, one-on-one sales support.
  • Performance based compensation program of $150,000+
  • Lifetime Annuity Income
  • 401K
  • ESOP


The division manager is responsible for fostering positive relationships with the team members and customer base. The division manager is responsible for handling all inter-company disputes and conflicts. The manager must establish policies for resolving personnel issues. The division manager is also responsible for resolving all client or customer complaints and problems. This includes policies related to returns, refunds and exchanges. The division manager is responsible for establishing and developing customer service standards and policies.

The division manager is responsible for developing departmental policies for achieving all company goals related to the responsibilities of the division manager's department or departments. These goals are established to reach sales, production or consulting goals. The division manager must establish a diagnostic process for evaluating progress toward goals. This process will include both team and individual progress reports and performance reviews.

The division manager is responsible for assisting the recruiting department in the selection, interviewing and hiring of new team members for their department. The division manager must establish and implement policies for the proper filing, documentation and handling of all departmental personnel training records and requirements. It is the division manager's responsibility to ensure that team members are properly trained and prepared for their work. The division manager must manage turnover and vacancies through proper selection and motivation procedures.
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Regional Sales Manager - New England Territory, Middle States,South East,North West Territory - RGSM-04

The primary responsibility of a Regional Sales Manager is to create and implement sales goals and objectives for a company's sales representatives. The RSM analyzes prior sales trends to develop monthly, quarterly and annual sales targets. They review
budgets to determine the funds necessary to achieve those goals and prepare reports to request an increase in funding.


 20 years+ of executive sales management experience
 Willingness to submit to background check
 Positive attitudes and strong character needed
 Strong customer service and people skills
The Regional Sales Manager Bonuses may include:

 Company Vehicle
 Company Cell, Expense Card and Cell
 Lifetime Annuity Bonuses
 plus more


  • Outstanding Medical, Dental HMO, Disability and Vision insurance
  • Residual-type program which pays 30% per account for hardware/software sales plus 30% lifetime, vested residuals
  • 2% Net of team commissions and residuals
  • Professional, ongoing weekly training and personal, one-on-one sales support.
  • Performance based compensation program of $200,000+
  • Lifetime Annuity Income
  • 401K
  • ESOP


Regional Sales Managers must have excellent communication skills to effectively work with a company's sales management and marketing team. They must also have the ability to motivate a team of sales representatives to whom they must communicate sales expectations and strategy. Good analytical skills are a must because a RSM spends many hours evaluating and interpreting market research data, information that is used to develop new programs. The RSM also need strong presentation skills and the ability to negotiate under intense pressure.
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Affiliate Program - USA - AFUSA

Do you have clients or know of someone who can use our services?  Would you like to get paid if for every sale made from your lead?  We pay $100 per lead that we are able to close.  If we close a lead that signs for more than one program you will make $100 per service.  3 services $300, 5=$500, 10=$1000.  The sky is the limit!
We require your information, the clients name, best phone, email and business name.  How do you know this person/company?
Send Clients/Leads to leads@shurrfinancial.com
Send Clients/Leads to leads@shurrfinancial.com
Send Clients/Leads to leads@shurrfinancial.com
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Internship Program - USA and Canada - INTERN_202021

ShurrFinancial is welcoming interns to our team. We manage our program with online and offline meetings, group discussions and individual projects.  Candidates should be proficient at using the Internet and have a solid computer background. Everything that we do is based upon applying technology grow our business, achieve efficiency, and reduce cost. School credit and paid internships are available.
 Internships Available

Information Technology
Marketing
New Business Development
Human Resources


Paid Internships available in the New Business Development Division
School Credit and be a part of an amazing international team.  Build needed experience on your college resume.  Have a chance to continue working with ShurrFinancial and ShurrCorp after your internship ends.
Candidates should be proficient at using the Internet and have a solid computer background. Everything that we do is based upon applying technology to grow business, achieve efficiency, and reduce cost.
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