We just got a note from Mr. Frank Schilling to put the word out that DomainNameSales is hiring 4-6 domain name brokers, the one catch is you have to move to the Cayman’s (sorry about that)
Here is what Mr. Schilling told TheDomains.com:
“We are open to hiring existing brokers not tied down to industry specific non-competes, or domain experienced customer service staff who would like to make the jump to brokering.”
We’d like to hire 4-6 individuals. ”
“These folks will work our existing inward lead stream and telephone call volume, which are growing.”
“Requirements of living in Cayman are clean police background check with no prior history, and a health check.”
“We will pay work permits (local income taxes) and assist with finding suitable premises for the right candidates.”
“We provide a salary and commission structure, work permits and a generally nurturing environment with lots of support down here.”
“We need people who are good at what they do and who want to make a change and come to Cayman.”
If you have interest you should contact Jeff Gabriel; Jeff [at] domainnamesales.com.””
Sounds like one of the better job opportunities I have heard of in a long while.
Good luck to all
By the way, if you wind up getting hired and moving down to the Cayman’s the drinks are on you when Judi and I come to visit.