Beekeeper is a fast growing SaaS company who is disrupting the way two billion people working “out in the field” communicate within their organizations. We are looking for the most talented and passionate individuals who want to work with a smart, multi-national team who are on a mission to bridge the communication gap between non-desk and office workers. Our highly motivated team is dedicated to tackling the daily challenges of non-desk workers.

As a sales Business Development Representative (BDR) you will be a strategic individual contributor -- Bring your intense work ethic and desire to make an immediate impact.  Are you eager to shape the future within industries like hospitality, retail, manufacturing and transportation using the latest mobile technology?

Your Responsibilities

We consider BDRs to be our most important assets. You are the first person to evangelize our solution and you are the forefront representative of our platform. You will gain invaluable experience and have the chance to showcase your skills. You will take ownership of your assigned territory by educating and nurturing your prospects on Beekeeper’s value proposition and generate opportunities for the Account Executives.

You will create awareness with your prospects, demonstrate that you are a thought leader in the communication technology space, and help organizations improve internal communication using the Beekeeper platform.  This position requires the right combination of grit, curiosity and drive. Bring your “A” game and reap the rewards of strong mentors and a great career trajectory.

Once you advance through our on-boarding and training you will engage in 50-75 outbound calls/day with prospective clients to identify their need for Beekeeper.  The goal is that once you are fully on-boarded, understand the ins and outs of Beekeeper’s industry leading product, and crush your quota you will then be prepared to quickly move on to be a successful Account Executive.

What we are looking for

  • Hard working, self motivated, competitive individual
  • High emotional IQ and strong willingness to learn
  • Skilled at asking the right discovery questions to uncover needs/pains
  • Easily understands technology and can translate our technology to prospects
  • Past BDR/SDR experience
  • Past experience with any/all of these technologies: Salesforce, PandaDoc, LinkedIn Navigator, and Outreach.
  • Fluent in English

Bonus Points

  • Bilingual
  • Prior use of automated marketing systems (Hubspot)

What we offer

  • Competitive salary and stock options
  • Full medical coverage
  • Flexible PTO
  • Commuter Benefits
  • Health and Wellness Benefits
  • Mentoring and opportunities to grow and progress within your career path
  • Amazing team with 20+ nationalities around the world, vibrant company culture
  • Twice weekly Beekeeper lunches, team events, and lots of delicious snacks
  • All the tech and swag you need to thrive at Beekeeper

Who we are

Beekeeper believes in the potential of every single employee. That’s why we’ve built the essential platform for frontline workers. We put all company communications and tools in one place, empowering frontline employees to be more agile, productive, and create a safer workplace. 

Our mobile-friendly platform is built to digitally enable deskless workers who make up over 80% of the global workforce. We exist to help essential workers all over the world stay connected, informed, and empowered at work. We’re proud to be one of the only digital workplaces on the market that was built specifically for these frontline heroes. While our platform and our technology have evolved over the years, our mission always has and always will be to connect the unconnected and help teams work better together.

The company is based in Zurich and Oakland with additional offices in Berlin and Krakow.  These locations support users in more than 130 countries. Clients include Heathrow Airport, Seaboard Foods, and Marriott.

 

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