Big Bucks in Translation

by Translation Guy on September 21, 2011
15 comments

I want to put some money in your pocket. But there’s a catch: Ya gotta work for it.

The following is a shameless plug for the best company in the translation business (which is us), and it just may represent a unique opportunity for you, because we are looking to add some new channels to our sales effort. And we’ve got a couple of different ways you can personally profit from that.

Right now we are recruiting for translation sales professionals. It’s salary and commission, with full benefits. If you’ve got a track record of sales success, we would love to hear from you.

And if you are a master closer, or have some killer prospects in your pocket, we also have commission-only positions, where you can make big commissions that will continue, year after year, until you make enough to retire and buy that island in the Caribbean you’ve always wanted.

If you aren’t interested in a sales career, but you have a connection in need of a great translation service, we’ll pay a finder’s fee for the introduction if we close the deal.

I know a lot of folks who follow Translation Guy are in the translation business, so we wanted to let you know, so that you can join us, or so that you can let your friends know.

Does it all sound too good to be true? Well, this is a sales pitch. You’ve got to read the fine print and talk to me or Mike, my sales manager, to make sure this is a good fit for you and us.

One thing you can be sure of, though. We’ll do good by anyone you introduce us to. Twenty years across the street from the UN, ISO 9001 and 13485 certified for quality assurance, and the highest ranking for customer satisfaction in the translation industry. You’ll be a hero to anyone you introduce us to.

I hope to hear from you. Contact us here if you are interested.  Principals only, please.

15 Comments

  1. David Torres says:

    I would like to work as a spanish translator for you, if you can show me the steps to acomplish that I will appreciate it.
    David Torres.

    • Ken says:

      Send your resume and cover to resume@resptrans.com. It’s as simple as that. That’s the first place we cast our line when fishing for new talent.

  2. Anne says:

    It’s great that you are doing this, I hope it works out!

    • Ken says:

      Me too!

  3. Jaspike says:

    Ahhh… an island in the Caribbean sounds good right now…which begs the question: do you have one yourself?

    • Ken says:

      No, I can’t afford one. Its only the sales guys who get them.

  4. jhpinchuk says:

    What exactly do you mean by translation sales professionals?

    • Ken says:

      People that sell translation services for salary and commission

  5. Hot Lips says:

    Are you looking for translators as well?

    • Ken says:

      The translators seem to be able to find us just fine, Hot Lips. See this thread for contact info.

  6. Manaia22 says:

    Although I am not in the translation business myself, I do enjoy reading your blogs and find your topics very fascinating. Thanks for keeping it interesting!

  7. Ricky Cowan says:

    sounds good, wish I could…

  8. Ken, if there ever will be a need I shall definitely recommend you!

    • Ken says:

      Thanks so much!

  9. Any particular sales you were thinking about?

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