Manage Resource Group, Inc. is hiring!

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Manage Resource Group, Inc. has the following part time position available:

Lead Generator / Marketing Assistant
Berea, Ohio – Negotiable

 

Responsibilities:

  • Generate leads through contacting hospitals/non-acute sites/service companies via telemarketing, email marketing
  • Record information in MRG contact database
  • Report leads weekly to MRG personnel
  • Work with current business partners
  • Increase MRG’s web presence via networking websites (Website blog,LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, etc )

Qualifications:

  • Telemarketing experience preferred, but not required
  • Effective and excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills.
  • Extensive knowledge of key programs – PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Access, comfortable in common web applications.

An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V

About Manage Resource Group:

Manage Resource Group, Inc. was established in 2007 with a client focused approach that specifically targeted the challenges equipment management places on healthcare providers. Our business model was structured to manage three specific areas: Inventory, Appraisal and Resale Management Services.

Please send resumes to: info@manageresourcegroup.net

 

What is the character of your business?

Many of us have heard the story of Leah Still who is the daughter of Devon Still from the Cincinnati Bengals that is fighting stage four cancers.

On Thursday night in a primetime showdown of the battle of Ohio the Cleveland Browns and the Cincinnati Bengals hit the field.  As a Browns fan the game was great to watch because our beloved Browns won.  But there was one moment in the game that stuck with me as I watched.

At the end of the first quarter the Cincinnati Bengals welcomed little Leah onto the field and money raised from the sale of Devon Still jerseys was donated to Cincinnati’s Children’s Hospital.

Hoyer At that moment the Browns quarterback (Brian Hoyer) walked over the to the Bengals sideline and approached Devon Still and gave him a hug.  Here in the heat of battle against a divisional opponent the football game became secondary.  This was one father reaching out to another to show support.  Whether you are a Hoyer fan or not this jester showed me the true character of the man behind the offensive helm of the Browns.

Companies spend millions of dollars each year to market their products and services, but if the character of the company behind those product/services is questionable it will ultimately show itself to customers.  Building a company takes an intense amount of time, effort and money.  As a representative of MRG it is my hope that our clients don’t just look at the services we provide but can see the character of the company that is working for them.  Millions of dollars on marketing campaigns don’t mean anything unless the character of the company it promotes is true.

Our prayers and support go out to Devon and Leah Still as they battle this illness.