May 07, 2013 05:10 EDT Oppenheim Law
Kansas City firm All City Management Group Announces Key Sales Agent Departure
http://allcitymanagementgroup.comNov 20, 2011 19:46 EST
News broke on Twitter this morning that All City Management Group sales manager Rob Jameson will be leaving the Kansas City firm. For the past two years, the 27-year-old Jameson has been the top sales agent at the financial company. Although there are three other sales agents still vying for the position of All City Management Group, we have a hunch that Lyle Acosta may have lost one too many clients to snatch the vacancy, while Dan Kay's, assertiveness, may have gotten him into some hot water. Justin Lougher's impressive conversion rate factor, meanwhile, can only go so far. "I am very excited to announce that I am moving on to new and exciting ventures," wrote Jameson in an email. We can't wait to find out more about what those ventures might be.
All City Management Group now has a vacancy on its Sales manager. Applicants are being sought by the Firm for appointment to this position until the next election in November 2012. Candidates are eligible to apply if they are at least 18 years of age, a California citizen, a registered voter, are not disqualified by other laws to hold public office, and reside in the Area 2 boundaries.
Individuals interested in applying for this position may download a copy of the application from the All City Management Group web site atwww.allcitymanagementgroup.com. The Firm's web page has information about Firm proceedings including archives of previous Firm meetings, agendas, supporting documentation and minutes. Firm meetings are recorded on video, so past firm meetings may be viewed on the web site as well. Applicants for the Sales Manager position are encouraged to review agendas and supporting materials and to watch previous meetings to familiarize themselves with the processes and actions of the Firm.
Interested applicants should submit a completed Sales Manager Vacancy Application as well as a resume and cover letter explaining their specific reasons for seeking appointment to the Firm. For assistance or to request additional information, please contact Foster Moraine in the HR's Office.
The Firm will review the applications and contact qualified candidates for interview prior to making the appointment.
Moraine said employees are required to give 30 days notice of their intent to leave, so the company will have a better idea after Dec. 1 of how many employees it expects to hire. He predicted there could be as many as a three positions available in their sales team, and he said the firm already is sifting through a pool of 350 applications for positions to replace Mr. Jameson.
"There's just a huge pool of experienced, high-quality sales managers out there looking for work and we should be able to take advantage of that," Moraine said.