ClassDojo's goal is to give every child on Earth an education they love.

We started by building a powerful network for communication. ClassDojo’s flagship app is the #1 communication app connecting K-8 teachers, children, and families globally. Teachers use it to share what’s happening throughout the day through photos, videos, and messages that make parents feel like they’re there. It’s actively used in over 95% of US schools, reaching over 50 million children in 180 countries, with a team of just around 200 people [1]. We are now beginning to use this network to give kids the best learning experiences in the world, far beyond those a standard school can provide.

We hire for talent density. Our team comprises the most talented, entrepreneurial, and innovative teammates from around the world, with experience in education and large scale consumer internet companies, including Instagram, Netflix, Dropbox, Stripe, Uber, Y Combinator, and more. We’re building a company where the most talented people want to work. We believe you’ll do the best work of your life here—and you’ll pioneer the future of education, too.

What you’ll do:

As a Sales Development Representative with an educator background, you will play a pivotal role in growing ClassDojo’s adoption within pre-K and elementary schools in the US. Leveraging your empathy, deep understanding of classroom dynamics, and passion for education, you will build and nurture strong relationships with key decision makers in Schools. By understanding their unique needs and challenges, you'll provide consultative solutions that align with their educational goals. Your responsibilities will include:

  • Build Relationships with School Leaders:  Develop and execute a strategic plan to engage and establish relationships with key decision-makers within a portfolio of small school districts and school leaders.
  • Own the Sales Pipeline Management: Take ownership of the sales pipeline for school leaders. Effectively manage opportunities, advancing them through the buying process and ensuring a smooth transition to implementation.
  • Drive Outreach efforts: Generate sales-qualified leads for schools via phone calls, emails or other forms of contact.  

You will be a match if:

  • You are a former educator, school or district admin. 
  • Your experience in schools/districts has cultivated empathy, allowing you to connect authentically with fellow educators.
  • You’d like to build a career in a sales role where you’ll get to build relationships with education decision makers. 
  • Your natural grit and determination empower you to build relationships and drive results in the sales process.
  • You possess exceptional communication skills, enabling you to convey the value of ClassDojo's solutions to educators.
  • Collaboration and continuous learning are values you hold dear, and you thrive in a dynamic and evolving environment.

You might be a good fit if:

  • You have experience influencing educators to adopt new education technologies. 
  • Your passion for education fuels your motivation to explore the EdTech landscape and its potential for positive change.
  • Relationship-building comes naturally to you, and you are excited about introducing educators to solutions that can enhance their teaching experiences.
  • Personalized communication is a strength, and you can tailor your presentations to resonate with educators' specific needs.
  • Collaboration and a commitment to continuous learning are essential components of your approach to professional growth.

[1] Some more context:

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- ClassDojo's $125m Series D (Forbes) and Sam’s note about it.

- ClassDojo is one of Y Combinator’s Top 100 companies

- ClassDojo's Second Act Comes with First Profits (TechCrunch) and Sam's note about it.


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