DearDoc provides top doctors with a suite of technology and marketing tools, allowing them to run their practices more efficiently, so that they can give their full attention to their patients. DearDoc works endlessly to ensure that every practice is given whatever they need to run smoothly, and more importantly, to continuously grow with new patients. We are a passionate and hard-working team, dedicated to the 2,500+ practices who use our technology and working to innovate the healthcare space each and every day.

 

Are you bright, articulate, hardworking and ready to break into sales with a fast-paced start up? Join the awesome team at DearDoc as an Account Executive, and start building your career now! DearDoc provides Artificial Intelligence for doctors to attract and keep new patients. This is a mid-level opportunity for an Account Executive who will have a direct impact on DearDoc’s success.

What You Will Be Doing:

--Identify and call doctor’s offices to drive new client acquisition. 

Manage the entire sales cycle, from prospecting to meeting and closing.

--Perform market research; top performers will help test new products and services.

--Be a key player and contributor to the direction of this growing sales team. 

Crush sales targets on a weekly, monthly and quarterly basis.

--Enjoy frequent company happy hours, nerf wars and good times!

 

About You:

--You are someone who wants to pursue a career in sales - 2-5 years experience in sales or related field. SaaS experience is a plus!

--You are coachable, flexible and self-motivated. You can hit the ground running, and your drive to succeed is off the charts!

--You’ve always thought that sales is something you would be good at and wanted to try. In this position you will be selling all day, every day.

--You are an excellent communicator with professional phone skills.

--You are an achiever: if you participated in competitive sports, the Greek system, or school government, we want to hear from you.

--Enthusiasm is your middle name; you’re the type of person that gets excited about anything and everything that interests you.

--Thinking on your feet isn’t just something you’re good at, it’s something you love. When faced with new challenges, failure simply isn’t an option.

 

Why Work At DearDoc:

Too many reasons to list, but let's start with five:

1.) Awesome leadership: work for people you believe in, who believe in you.

2.) We're a meritocracy: this is a place where you will be recognized for your achievements. We're are growing quickly, and anyone who comes in now will have a direct and measurable impact on the organization. Did we mention UNCAPPED commission?!

3.) We have vision: this is a small team that really enjoys working together and is committed to the vision of changing how doctors operate the business side of their practice.

4.) You will get training and autonomy: we give you the tools and the framework, and you can synthesize it whichever way makes you the most successful.

5.) It's FUN!!: We're exciting, fast paced, fun, AND located in the middle of it all -- in downtown NYC.(but you can also work remote!)

DearDoc, Inc. is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business needs.

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