CulverCareers – Miami Sales Recruiters

Our Miami sales recruiters will bring top talent to your executive search

Miami, Florida certainly lives up to its reputation as a premiere vacation getaway, but the Miami sales recruitment experts at CulverCareers know that the city also has a lot to entice top candidates.

In addition to its year-round warm weather and beautiful white sand beaches, Miami has several strong industry sectors, distinctive and welcoming neighborhoods, many area parks, a vibrant nightlife and affordable areas to live.

Miami area professionals work in finance, media and telecommunications, international trade, agriculture, tourism and other industries. Higher education institutions include University of Miami, Florida International University, Barry University and Miami Dade College. For your executive search, CulverCareers’ recruiting experts will draw upon a large network of both active and passive job seekers to find the most promising talent for your team.

Contact CulverCareers’ Miami sales recruiters to learn how we can help your organization grow.

Why Miami is a great place to live and work

Miami, Florida has received several national accolades through the years, including Cleanest City (Forbes, 2008); and for 2020, it’s one of the top ten Most Walkable Cities, coming in at number five.

More affordable than New York and L.A.

While Miami’s overall cost of living is 14% above the national average, compared to other big cities like Los Angeles and New York City, housing costs are quite reasonable. The median home price in Miami is $498,986, while the median monthly rent is $1,563. Compare that to the home and rental costs in Los Angeles of $788,384 and $2,470. Also, Miami has no income, estate or inheritance taxes

Diverse communities, contemporary and historic

The city of Miami is diverse and welcoming, with large Hispanic and Latino communities.

Downtown Miami/Brickell features skyscrapers and views of the bay, historic buildings, award-winning restaurants, shops, parks and premiere museums like the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) and The Wolfsonian, a museum, library and research facility.

The Frost Science museum, with its aquarium and planetarium, and Miami Children’s Museum cater to families. The Port of Miami is a popular destination and the American Airlines Arena is home to the Miami Heat. Many young professionals reside in the downtown region.

Hialeah and Little Havana celebrate Hispanic culture and Latin cuisine. Overtown has a rich African American history and is one of Miami’s oldest neighborhoods. Little Haiti, where many Haitian immigrants settled, is bursting with galleries and museums, bookstores, a vibrant music scene and ethnic food. Wynwood, Miami’s former warehouse district, is now home to more than 70 galleries and museums.

For outdoor enthusiasts

Oleta River State Park, in nearby Key Biscayne, is Florida’s largest urban park (1,043 acres), with camping, hiking, boating, swimming and more. Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, also in Key Biscayne, offers nature trails and other amenities. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden is in Coral Gables, and the famous Everglades National Park in Homestead is 30 minutes away. The Big Cypress National Preserve is about a 1.5-hour drive. Miami-Dade county boasts more than 263 local parks.  

Public transportation in Miami

Miami’s Metrorail rapid transit system serves the downtown area and surrounding neighborhoods like Hialeah, Medley, Coconut Grove, The Roads, South Miami and Coral Gables, connecting them with Miami International Airport.

For local job seekers, our executive search team will also discuss any offerings that your company might have to help their commute, such as a flexible work schedule or a transportation reimbursement program.

What types of sales roles can you fill in Miami?

At CulverCareers, our Miami sales recruiters help you find the best candidates for a wide variety of sales positions, from entry-level sales reps to veteran sales managers. Unlike many headhunters, we can find candidates with specialized expertise.

Sales Positions

Sales jobs we will help you fill include:

  • Account Management
  • Sales Development
  • Customer Success
  • Account Executive
  • Sales Engineering
  • B2B or B2C Sales
  • Executive Leadership
  • Inside Sales
  • Outside Sales
  • Technical Sales
  • Sales Management

How long does the recruiting process usually take?

Many variables can come into play in the sales recruitment process. Hiring a sales rep might take a week or two. An executive search may take months without a recruitment expert. Using a professional staffing agency with an existing network of quality talent will streamline the hiring process.

 When you partner with CulverCareers, you’ll see first referrals in 5-10 days. We reduce your average time to hire by 83.3%.

Why should I work with a recruiter?

Recruiting firms are focused on maintaining a network of highly qualified candidates. A professional staffing agency like CulverCareers takes the time to learn your business and provides comprehensive Miami recruiting services.

How is CulverCareers different from the average headhunter?

We are singularly focused on your company’s success. A key part of our sales recruiting is to understand your needs and sales goals. We find the best sales candidates that are aligned with your company vision and culture. Our sales recruitment process focuses on a holistic approach to help you attract and retain top performers.

CulverCareers is rated in the top 1% of recruitment firms in North America. We specialize in Miami sales recruiting, with knowledge about the local economy, workforce and what the city has to offer.

Contact CulverCareers today to learn about our sales recruitment services and begin your executive search with our expert recruiters.

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