About the job
 
DeepScribe is looking for a Director of Sales to lead our Sales and Marketing efforts. You will work directly with the co-founders to develop and execute our sales and marketing strategies to expand our customer base and meet our monthly growth targets. 
This is a full-time, in-office position based in the DeepScribe office in San Francisco, CA with a competitive, equity-based salary. You must be authorized to work in the US. 

Responsibilities

    • Design and implement sales and marketing infrastructure for the entire life cycle of sale: prospecting, selling and closing. You will work directly with our COO to design, validate, and iterate an end to end sales and marketing infrastructure. 
    • Effectively manage team pipeline to ensure revenue goals are met
    • Effectively manage sales pipeline to meet monthly sales projections
    • Lead recruiting, training, objective setting, and reporting for all Sales and Marketing team members and act as primary liaison to senior leadership
    • Develop data driven performance monitoring and evaluation methodology to provide accurate monthly, quarterly, and annual forecasts
    • Work with team to identify opportunities for optimization and/or growth of existing accounts to facilitate stronger relationships and increase revenue

What makes the perfect candidate

    • Go getter: Demonstrated ability to take initiative and get the job done
    • Team mentality: Works as a team player and committed to building a community that helps and empowers others
    • Question the status quo: Not afraid to play the devil's advocate and invites opposing opinions for discussion

Requirements

    • A bachelor’s degree
    • Minimum of at least 5-8 years in achieving success in carrying sales quota
    • Experience selling in healthcare IT or related field a plus
    • Excellent communication skills - both written and verbal
    • Proven sales presentation and demonstration skills
    • Strong business acumen
    • Exceptional organizational and time management skills
    • Working knowledge of CRM (preferably Hubspot)
About DeepScribe
 
DeepScribe is an artificially intelligent medical scribe produces comprehensive clinical documentation - simply through the natural patient encounter.
 
Despite our physicians devoting their entire lives to providing patients with the best care possible, physicians today are experiencing dangerous levels of “burn-out”. While innovation in medical diagnosis and treatment has skyrocketed in the past few decades, there has been little innovation for the front line physicians. In fact, new technology such as Electronic Health Records (EHRs) were designed with little to no consideration for the front line physicians, resulting in the epidemic of “death by a thousand clicks”. Instead of spending time caring for patients and delivering healthcare, our physicians are spending nearly 40% of every single day on documentation alone.
 
Our mission at DeepScribe is to restore the joy of care back to medicine. We help physicians around the world restore the balance in their lives, so they can not only provide better care, but can also be happy while doing it. 
DeepScribe started in 2017 with three patients and a few computers. Today, our team is growing fast and our products are saving physicians up to 3 hours per day on their documentation. 
 
Are you looking for a dynamic work environment with the opportunity to deliver high impact work and have fun while doing it? Are you a curious learner who is unafraid to question the status quo? If you are a friendly, passionate, and lifelong learner who is looking to make a real difference in physicians lives, we are looking for you! 
Learn more at www.deepscribe.tech

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