WHO WE ARE

Braze delivers customer experiences across email, mobile, SMS, and web. Customers, including Seamless, HBO, Disney, Urban Outfitters, and Venmo, use the Braze platform to facilitate real-time experiences between brands and consumers in a more authentic and human way. And we do it at scale – each month, tens of billions of messages are sent to a network of over 2 billion active users through Braze.

Need more proof? Braze was named a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Mobile Marketing Platforms in 2019. The company has also been named on the Forbes Cloud 100, Inc. Magazine’s 2019 Best Places to Work, and Crain's 2019 Best Places to Work in NYC lists.

WHAT YOU'LL DO

Simply put, this role is a SaaS Sales "Hunter" with a track record of closing new business. The ideal candidate will have at least 6 years selling SaaS Solutions to mid-market and enterprise clients. Ideally, your product sales experience focuses on non-ERP solutions. Experience selling analytics, CRM, marketing automation, digital media publishing or content marketing solutions would be the best fit.  Prior experience should include collaboration with Marketing/Sales Enablement team including input into the lead generation process.

WHAT YOU HAVE

  • 6+ years of experience in a SaaS closing role
  • Outstanding verbal, written and stand up presentation skills
  • Intermediate to advanced knowledge of MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).  Prior experience with Salesforce.com CRM, or other CRM used to manage sales pipeline, required.  Demonstrated ability to quickly come up to speed on new cloud apps and tools.
  • A proven connector in your daily life through social media and other mediums
  • Up-to-date on digital and application trends, especially in the mobile space
  • Proven success navigating large organizations and ability to quickly identify the decision makers and the decision making process for large SaaS investments
  • Prior experience in a startup technology company a plus

WHAT WE OFFER

  • Competitive compensation that includes equity
  • Flexible time off policy to balance your work and life, including paid parental leave
  • Free daily lunch in the office, including snacks and beverages
  • Competitive medical, dental, and vision coverage for you and your dependents
  • Collaborative, transparent, and fun loving office culture

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