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10 days ago

Senior Director, Software Engineering

Comcast Washington, DC

may include:Responsible for providing strategic leadership and executive oversightto all aspects of the Software Development and Engineering… Ivy Exec


2 days ago

Manager 2, Database Operations – new

Comcast Reston, VA

Responsible for ensuring Level 1 database operations primarily focused on managed service vendor management, operations support, achieving… Glassdoor


12 hrs ago

Sr Software Engineer – new

Comcast Reston, VA

Responsible for planning and designing new software and web applications to enable automation of operations tasks and processes, managing, deploying… Glassdoor


4 days ago

Research Coordinator

Comcast Bethesda, MD

- Collects research information and data from available sources.- Develops research materials and assists with generating… Glassdoor


28 days ago

Business Account Executive 1

Comcast Rockville, MD +2 locations

include generating new sales leads both in person and over the phone; creating/delivering compelling sales presentations to your prospects; and… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Direct Sales Representatives – new

Comcast Rockville, MD +2 locations

We're looking for motivated, determined and highly personable individuals to be the "face of XFINITY. You'll sell and promote the full range of… Glassdoor


16 days ago

Rep 1, Cust Sv Ctr (Sales Consultant 1)

Comcast Arlington, VA +2 locations

Responsible for promoting and selling Comcast products and services toboth new and existing customers while engaging with them in a retailstore… Glassdoor


28 days ago

Acct Exec 3, Enterprise Direct Sales Arlington

Comcast Arlington, VA

Responsible for the sale of Comcast Commercial Internet, Video, andVoice based services to mid-size and large businesses. Works as part ofa team to… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Customer Account Exec 1 - Billing

Comcast Silver Spring, MD

We'll handle the training aspect, with a comprehensive orientation program (including role-playing) that gives you the skills you need to get… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Customer Account Exec - Supervisor – new

Comcast Silver Spring, MD

In this leadership role, you'll lend your expert guidance to our Account Executives to make sure each customer call results in a positive, productive… Glassdoor


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    Current Employee - Senior Account Executive Comcast Business  in  Reston, VA
    Current Employee - Senior Account Executive Comcast Business in Reston, VA

    I have been working at Comcast full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Yes you can make some good money here. The commission structure is one of the best around for this industry, especially with the multipliers. Benefits are obviously good as this is a huge company

    Cons

    There are several. Very few reps ever hit quota. You can be a master of this industry, but it means nothing if you don't know how to do it the "Comcast way". Training is a joke. Sales management is a revolving door. 1 year average lifespan for a new sales rep. Tenured reps have most things locked up. To succeed, you need to live and breathe this company. Personal life will no longer exist. All companies have their issues, but it seems like most employees just deal with it because of the benefits like free cable.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Train on systems and processes. All of the business reps know sales 101. A small fraction actually know how to navigate through the Comcast systems to actually be effective at this job. Velocity training is a waste of company money and time. Most reps return from the nice free trip to Philadelphia, with no idea how to really do this job. This machine could run much more smoothly if you actually listened to the reps in the field. The problem is that most reps and managers are too weak to actually speak up and admit how messed up the system really is. Oh well, I guess I am just one of those people who will just deal with it for the free cable!!!

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