06.29.11 | Job Search & Career | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
Answers To Job Interview Questions You Don't Want To Be Asked. Question: Having an infinite supply of water and two containers, one for 3 liters and one for 5 liters, how would you measure 4 liters? Answer: Fill and pour 3 liters into the 5 liter container, Refill 3 liter container, transfer as much as possible to the 5 liter container, Retain the one liter left in the 3 liter container, empty the 5 liter container, Transfer the one liter from the 3 liter to the 5 liter container, Refill the 3 liter and transfer it to the one liter in the 5 liter container...Fill
06.20.11 | Job Search & Career | Amanda Musto
Vice President of Sales - As an integral part of this growing organization your number one priority is to build a successful sales organization. You will have a small team to support your efforts and will be responsible for closing large complex strategic deals. You must be a solutions based Vice President that feels comfort with startup environments.
06.13.11 | Job Search & Career | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
Our client is a fast growing organization and has been named Selling Power's prestigious Software Sales Organization of the Year Award. They have cutting edge software that updates company information and data automatically and daily. This role is currently seeking talented inside SaaS/CRM/Web-based sales representative. This role requires an individual to source new business opportunities. You will call on enterprise wide accounts building relationships with CMO's, VP of Sales, and other executives.
06.06.11 | Job Search & Career | David DeMelo, Division Manager at Treeline Incorporated
Dear Recruiter, I am a sales representative who is currently employed. I have been with my organization for a few years and, for the most part successfully hit my goals and quotas. I love the company culture and all of the people that I work with. I enjoy going to work each day and the competitive environment my colleagues and I have created amongst each other. However, I've recently become curious about other possible job opportunities and I feel an urge to selectively seek for a new sales position. What is the best way to approach a selective job search?
06.06.11 | Job Search & Career | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
Our client has been in business since 1887 and is growing in Boston. This company has incredible brand recognition and has a macro managed environment. They have invested 1.5 million dollars in their local infrastructure and now are looking to grow their team. The Area Sales Manager will be responsible for the New England market including managing its 4 current sales reps. Other responsibilities include the implementation of the marketing plan and making necessary recommendations to the General Manager.
05.31.11 | Job Search & Career | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
This organization is a rapidly growing SAAS company that has a casual working environment and has experienced double digit growth every year. They have won numerous awards for their innovative product and just received additional significant funding. This is a cutting edge, privately held organization with internal growth within their creative culture. This highly visible role is calling for a successful leader to partner with internal department managers to drive sales strategy, define key metrics as well as hire, train and manage a small inside sales team. Must be an expert with SaleForce.com to drive enhancements for business growth.
05.25.11 | Job Search & Career | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
If you were shrunk to the size of a pencil and trapped in a blender, how would you get out? That might sound like a ridiculous question, but to a job candidate-at least one reportedly applying for a job at Goldman Sachs-it might actually be an important one. Glassdoor, a job-posting and community site for job-seekers, has compiled a list of the oddest interview questions of 2010, and that zinger-reportedly from Goldman-wins the number one slot. "Interviews can be an extremely nerve wracking experience, and by shedding light on the process we hope to give job seekers a leg up in their next interview," says Robert Hohman, co-founder and CEO of Glassdoor.