Questions about working with Fire, Inc.

At Fire, Inc. we are looking for people with a strong work ethic, a positive attitude, and a desire to learn to fill a variety of sales representative positions. Working as part of our team isn’t easy, our positions are challenging and require you to step outside of your comfort zone.

But working as a member of the Fire, Inc. team is ultimately rewarding. We form a tight-knit staff with people who are eager to help you succeed, both in your professional and your personal lives. The pay at Fire, Inc. is competitive, and we provide the tools, training, and knowledge any job candidate needs to be successful- no matter where they go in life.

We promote only from within, which means that everyone who works for Fire, Inc. has a chance to climb the ladder and make it to management.

We believe that a desire to learn is more important than experience, and as such we are willing to invest the time it takes to train candidates who have very little job experience as long as they have a strong work ethic and a desire to succeed.

What can I expect in an interview?

To make sure that job candidates are a good match for Fire, Inc., the interviewing process is rather thorough. It consists of several interviews over a period of days.

The first interview involves a one-on-one meeting with a member from our management team at our office to gauge if you would fit well in the environment. The second interview consists of a job shadow with one of our sales representatives in order to see our client interaction and understand the position and what it takes to be part of the team. Allowing candidates to get a good feel for the position and see what it actually entails on a day-to-day basis is extremely beneficial in our hiring process. It’s a win-win. The candidate shouldn’t have too many more questions about what our company does and we get to see the candidate in our environment enabling us both to make an educated decision on our future relationship.

Candidates who show a superior work ethic and level of dedication after these two interviews will be called back to finalize their employment.

What does a typical sales representative position entail?

Entry-level sales representatives begin selling business-to-consumer or business-to-business on our client’s behalf as part of a team. Each individual has opportunities to learn about the sales industry, the client, and their own growth potential. We work based off of sales leads provided by our clients, so there is zero work in lead-generation for our sales representatives.

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