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Now hiring (2) salespeople for Buford location!

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Digital Service Consultants, Inc. (a pioneer in Internet Access located in Buford GA)  is a place where everyone makes a difference.

We are looking for (2) Sales Associates who feel passionate about our mission to provide more than just Internet Access to businesses. We want someone who is excited working alongside some really talented people.

This position will have considerable impact in driving DSC’s revenue, as you will be our newest member of our sales team. You will work alongside our CEO and Technical manager to learn about our products, people and customers and our vision of combining our technology with customer service to the benefit of our clients.

The ideal candidate has the desire to drive sales through a combination of inbound leads, networking and good old fashioned selling. This is both a farming and a hunting position, which we know takes a special person. Is that you? Does this sound interesting or fun to you? If so, we’d love to hear from you.

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    Do I need another telephone line to use DSL? 

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