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Management Trainee- Leadership Development Program
Syndicate Marketing Group
Blaine, MN     
Job Description:

The Entry-Level Management Trainee role is an entry-level sales and management position. Some of the biggest names in telecom, entertainment, energy, and solar trust our company to represent their brand with integrity and professionalism.

Due to our ability to consistently exceed our clients’ expectations for increased revenue and new customer accounts, we are planning to continue new market expansion throughout the Midwest.

This is a performance-based position with the opportunity for exponential growth. Entry-Level Management Trainees learn the fundamentals of starting a business, develop networking skills and learn how to lead small teams in our Management Training Program.

Areas of training/development:
Initially the Entry-Level Management Trainees will handle the sales, marketing and account management for our clients. Next, they will be cross-trained in all aspects of market management, team leadership, talent-scouting, business finance, public speaking, goal setting, expansion planning, coaching and development of others, organizational development and corporate event planning. All training is hands-on, so that team members gain the experience they need and feel comfortable spearheading growth efforts as we continue expansion efforts for our clients.

We provide:
Management training
In-house, hands-on business training
Personalized coaching for employee leadership development
Opportunities to train and develop others
Public speaking training

Job requirements:
Leadership or management experience
Team-oriented or sports background (helpful, not required)
Ability to thrive in a performance-based environment
Works well in a team atmosphere

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