DebtX Careers

Entry-Level – Bank and Financial Institution Focused Salesperson

DebtX is seeking an entry-level sales associate to maintain and develop relationships with customers, and source qualified prospects for loan valuation and analytics services.

The ideal candidate will have related industry experience as well as a willingness to prospect and cold call potential customers. The candidate will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of customer relationships, evaluating potential transactions and potentially negotiating engagement terms.

The ideal candidate will be results oriented, work with a sense of urgency, and think creatively to develop and close opportunities. Candidates must have 2 years experience in sales or sales support of financial products to banking and financial services clients.

Travel required.


 

The Debt Exchange, Inc. (“DebtX”) serves commercial banks, government agencies and other financial institutions, providing products and services to participants in some of the most dynamic global credit markets.

DebtX provides a competitive salary and generous benefit package, which includes medical, vision & dental, life insurance, long & short-term disability, long-term health care insurance, paid vacation, sick time and holidays, and a 401K retirement plan with a company match.

It is the policy of The Debt Exchange, Inc. to afford equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, genetic information, age, military status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, disability status, gender, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by federal or state law.

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If you’re interested in pursuing a career with DebtX, send your resume along with a cover letter to careers@DebtX.com or fax to 617-531-3499.

DebtX. Meeting institutions’ portfolio management and liquidity needs since 2000.