Sterling Company Looking for New Employees

Looking for a career where you’ll get to engage with people and love what you do?

SaleCycle in Sterling, Virginia is looking to fill about 20 new sales positions. The company has recently been named the top United Kingdon tech company to work for by Glassdoor.

Join members of SaleCycle for a career fair on Dec. 14 at McCormick and Schmick’s in Reston from 5-8 p.m. to hear more about the available positions and enjoy a drink or two on the company.

The company works to help companies with online shopping cart abandonment. Through remarketing and site engagement, SaleCycle helps keep people on shopping websites and encourages them to hit that final purchase button. Customers include Virgin Atlantic, Panasonic and Ralph Lauren.

Salecycle is a fast growing company with a new office in Sterling. The company has grown from four members in 2010 to more than 130. The company is going through a growth phase and is looking to expand their Sterling presence.

During the event, you’ll hear from the chief revenue officer, head of sales and international recruiters, who will talk more about the company and the opportunities available.

SaleCycle is looking for hardworking, self-motivated people with the right attitudes. Guests will be able to hear more about the company and talk one-on-one with SaleCycle staff.

While it is not required, visitors are welcome to bring copies of their resumes. No previous experience in sales is required.

For more information and to register, please visit http://salecycle.com/lovewhatyousell.

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