What should I expect working as a Lease Consultant?

I think this is the best section to ask for advice. I have received a new job offer and I don’t know exactly what to expect from it. I have never worked before in this field as my previous jobs were in generic Customer Service. I need a job asap, that’s why I’m considering this role now but I really haven’t understood so well what I have to do If I accept the job. The rectruiter tried to explain and sent me this description about the job:

Lease Consultant. This role is responsible for driving the sales process with leads obtained from various mobile carriers. The employee negotiates terms of mobile cell site leases and then submits these lease terms to our Lease Processors for document preparation.

Tasks:

-communicating details of negotiates leases with key stakeholders

-communicating with landlords: it includes negotiating leases through inbound and outbound calls, attempting to contact landlords and sending or reviewing voicemail and emails to and from landlords

-Prepare for call: reviewing and researching existing and/or new leases using the company’s database, internet and other sources

-Prepare proposals: creating presentation packages with accurate information and sending them via fax, email and standard mail

Essentially, acknowledging my total ignorance about this job position, what I don’t understand is the presence of “mobile carriers” and “mobile cell site leases”. I mean, a Lease Consultant should act as an intermediary between a potential tenant and a landlord for the rent (as far as I know). Why here there are no tenants involved but you need to contact anyway the landlords? And what’s the role of those mobile carriers in this process? Can you figure out what my typical day at work would be if I accept the job? Please explain as you would with a child because I’m absolutely new to this field. Thank you in advance for your help

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I think this is the best section to ask for advice. I have received a new job offer and I don’t know exactly what to expect from it. I have never worked before in this field as my previous jobs were in generic Customer Service. I need a job asap, that’s why I’m considering this role now but I really haven’t understood so well what I have to do If I accept the job. The rectruiter tried to explain and sent me this description about the job: ​ Lease Consultant. This role is responsible for driving the sales process with leads obtained from various mobile carriers. The employee negotiates terms of mobile cell site leases and then submits these lease terms to our Lease Processors for document preparation. ​ Tasks: -communicating details of negotiates leases with key stakeholders -communicating with landlords: it includes negotiating leases through inbound and outbound calls, attempting to contact landlords and sending or reviewing voicemail and emails to and from landlords -Prepare for call: reviewing and researching existing and/or new leases using the company’s database, internet and other sources -Prepare proposals: creating presentation packages with accurate information and sending them via fax, email and standard mail ​ Essentially, acknowledging my total ignorance about this job position, what I don’t understand is the presence of “mobile carriers” and “mobile cell site leases”. I mean, a Lease Consultant should act as an intermediary between a potential tenant and a landlord for the rent (as far as I know). Why here there are no tenants involved but you need to contact anyway the landlords? And what’s the role of those mobile carriers in this process? Can you figure out what my typical day at work would be if I accept the job? Please explain as you would with a child because I’m absolutely new to this field. Thank you in advance for your help submitted by /u/jerblanchrd [link] [comments]

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