Who We Are

Corvee empowers accounting and tax professionals with a suite of solutions designed to build, grow and optimize their firms. We work with firm professionals in the specialties of tax, accounting and financial advising.

Corvee provides a bundle of solutions for each specialty including tax planning and client collaboration software, firm growth and development programs and wealth management advisor partnership opportunities.

Built with the help of on-staff tax and accounting experts, the all-in-one suite is designed to help firms increase revenue and improve efficiency, while providing the highest value and insight to their clients.

By helping them, we help ourselves and the MORE we help our clients, the better team, culture, and company we can build!

Position Description

We are looking for a driven and impactful software Sales Executive who wants to become the best version of themselves to learn a new market and a new product. You’ll be directly responsible for indoctrinating new customers into our methodology to create a new opportunity within a niche. 

The ideal candidate will have talent in sales, experience in client success, and coaching prospects and clients through a business transformation. If you shy away from challenging the status quo of a business owner and want to be an order taker no need to apply! The goal of our role is to make our clients as successful with our company as possible. 

Why you’re important to us:

Corvee has defined a new category of software for tax professionals. As an Account Executive, you are the face of the company when you are selling our SAAS solution to small tax firms. As we continue to scale, you will be a contributing factor in driving us to exponential growth.

How You’ll Contribute

  • You will be managing the full sales cycle from taking inbound leads and closing into products to helping expand accounts with custom success.
  • You will be maintaining data integrity in Salesforce
  • You will also be looking to help create a performance culture within the sales department.
  • Quickly manage new inbound leads and help them see the problems in the current way they do business.
  • Actively seek out personal and professional growth to continue sharpening industry and product knowledge along with sales methodologies

You will stand out with :

  • 2-4 years in a high volume sales environment selling a SAAS solution
  • A proven sales process and track record of exceeding quota
  • Openness and willingness to be coached and mentored
  • An ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment

What You’ll Love About Us

  • Competitive Salary / OTE
  • Generous PTO Package
  • Company Equity
  • 10 Company Holidays
  • 100% Paid Medical Benefits
  • Paid Life Insurance
  • Awesome Co-Workers

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