Airtame is looking for a Senior Account Manager to help us grow our presence in the Canadian education market.

You will join a dynamic team of Account Managers who are managing their own customer portfolios with a strong emphasis on creating long-term relationships in close collaboration with the Customer Success team. The ideal candidate will be based in the Toronto area.

Please note: This is a full time remote contract opportunity.

Airtame is the preferred wireless screen sharing and digital signage solution for businesses and schools. Headquartered in Copenhagen, with  offices in California and New York, we pride ourselves on strong company culture and collaborative working spirit.

Tasks

  • Selling into the EDU sector while building a sales pipeline. 
  • Nurture an existing pipeline of customers and leads in Canada
  • Strategically grow the market by defining, implementing and executing key initiatives
  • Reach out to customers to understand their use cases and to provide tailored onboarding
  • Work closely with our reseller and distribution partners in Canada

Requirements

  • Minimum of  five years of education selling experience, with at least two years in the tech industry
  • Experience selling a technology solution that incorporates into network environments
  • Strong collaboration and leadership skills
  • Passionate about team work with a drive for getting things done
  • Track record in building and managing partner relationships with third party resellers.
  • Proficient in French required.
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Goal oriented, with a track record of overachievement
  • Comfortable working both independently, and with teams located in different time zones
  • Willingness to travel for meetings, conferences and industry events

Bonus points

  • Experience with technology and network environments.
  • Experience of working with distributor and reseller partners.
  • Tech-savvy and excited by technology and its influence on your daily life.

Benefits

  • You will join an ambitious company that values transparent work-life balance.
  • You will be in a professional setting where you can see your ideas put into action right away.
  • Competitive salary.
  • Flexible work environment.
  • 3 weeks vacation in the first year and 4 weeks thereafter.
  • Daily lunch, drinks, snacks, and great coffee.
  • Health insurance.
  • Close collaboration with our European team, including visits to our office in the heart of Copenhagen.

Your application

  • Tell us a little about yourself and why you’re interested in joining the Airtame team.

 

 

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