About the Company

Civis Analytics is one of the premier data science product and solution companies helping businesses use data to gain a competitive advantage in how they identify, attract, and engage loyal customers and employees. With a powerful combination of best-in-class proprietary data, cutting-edge software solutions, and an interdisciplinary team of data scientists, developers, and survey science experts, Civis works with the top organizations and campaigns in the progressive political community as well as the country’s largest nonprofits to make data-driven decision-making essential to how those organizations effect change.

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About the Role

Our advocacy and political team is looking for a Business Development Manager to acquire customers, build partnerships, and maintain productive client relationships for our data science products and services. You will be the face of Civis Analytics to the market and our clients, responsible for their ultimate success with our solutions. You will source new organizations and campaigns - build and drive relationships with key client stakeholders, identify and close growth opportunities, and ensure existing clients are content and renew.

You will also coordinate cross-functional company resources as the relationship lead to enable the success of your clients. You must be able to work well with others who approach problems from different perspectives, but you will be expected to challenge and improve the way we operate.

We value creativity, hard work and on-the-job-excellence and offer competitive compensation and benefits packages. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify their identity and eligibility to work in the United States.

Responsibilities

  • Develop and deliver comprehensive business plans to address prospect priorities and needs within the progressive advocacy and political space
  • Source and close new organization sales opportunities to achieve revenue targets and increase market share
  • Build consensus and develop relationships at multiple levels; executive sponsors, decision makers, and procurement teams
  • Manage all phases of the sales lifecycle including: identifying and developing leads; meeting with clients; developing value propositions and case studies; financial deal structuring; contract negotiation and closing
  • Forecast revenue, articulate account updates and update management and marketing on competitor intelligence
  • Develop a relationship with the broader advocacy community and do outreach to educate the market on Civis tools, services and success
  • Work collaboratively with cross-functional internal teams to scope solutions and ensure proper implementation

Preferred Qualifications

  • 5+ years of successful data/ analytics experience in progressive politics
  • Expertise within the progressive advocacy/ political market Strong understanding and passion for data science, and the use of predictive analytics in the public or private sector
  • Experience with marketing analytics a plus
  • Proven ability to write proposals, build cost and pricing estimates of proposed work, and sell the work to new or existing clients
  • Experience presenting completed work or pitching new work to executive audiences
  • Proven ability to marshal internal resources, as appropriate, to enable client success
  • Experience in a startup, or fast-paced professional services firm
  • Ability to travel (up to 50% as business needs dictate)

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