Inside Sales Manager Salary in California, Maryland

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Average Salary for Inside Sales Manager in California, Maryland

The average salary of a(n) Inside Sales Manager in California, Maryland is $81,236.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Inside Sales Manager in California, Maryland is $39.06.

The average bonus of a(n) Inside Sales Manager in California, Maryland is $6,905.00.

Job Description:

Supervises and manages a team of Inside Sales Representatives who are responsible for generating inside selling activity. Maintains current relationships within accounts, developing new business opportunities and increasing market share. Develops and executes a strategic plan to meet revenue goals. Updates and refines marketing and sales call strategies. Assists in the development of client service policies that promote good relations. Prepares a selection of management and activity reports. Provides training, guidance, and feedback to team members. Less

Supervises and manages a team of Inside Sales Representatives who are responsible for generating inside selling activity. Maintains current relationships within accounts, developing new business opportunities and increasing market share. Develops and executes a strategic plan to meet revenue goals.... More

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