The Job: Entry Level Sales Representative
What you will do: It’s an entry level position, but you’ll be more-or-less performing the full sales representative role — that means qualifying leads, negotiating and closing deals.
Why you want to work there: This is a great opportunity to kickstart a sales career at a really cool and fast-moving company. Plus, they have Bagel Wednesdays and a kegerator.
Who they are looking for: Someone with 0-2 years of sales or marketing experience and great communications skills.
The Job: Senior Account Executive
What you will do: You’ll be selling RingCentral’s services to high level stakeholders in Canada and the United States.
Why you want to work there: You’ll get great benefits starting on day-one and an uncapped commission plan. The better you do, the more you make.
Who they are looking for: Someone that thrives in a fast-paced, technology-driven environment who has at least five years of experience.
What you will do: Digabit has been experiencing explosive growth, and you’ll be driving top-line sales to help them sustain that growth.
Why you want to work there: The company’s office is brand new and incredibly laid back. There’s a game room, a discounted gym down the street, and the company even has bicycles and longboards you can borrow to get around.
Who they are looking for: Someone with at least five years of experience in software sales.
Insider tip: If this position isn’t right, Digabit is also hiring 3 sales associates as well.
The Job: Sales Development Representative
What you will do: You’ll be part of a team selling TapInfluence’s SaaS Influencer Marketing Automation software to high level company executives.
Why you want to work there: TapInfluence is a cool company, and your unofficial title will actually be Funnel Crusher — who knows, maybe you can put it on your business cards.
Who they are looking for: A fearless, tenacious and organized go-getter that can turn cold-as-ice leads into customers.
The Job: Enterprise Account Executive
What you will do: You’ll be doing some prospecting into large enterprise accounts, retaining existing accounts as well as a fair bit of negotiating.
Why you want to work there: TermScout is poised to grow, and quickly. If you get in now, you’ll be poised to grow along with them.
Who they are looking for: Someone with at least seven years of experience managing large accounts.