Do YOU love Training staff up to their truest potential? Are YOU interested in jumping into the Technology sector? YOU might love learning about our Sr. Learning Specialist opportunity in our NYC office supporting SinglePlatform. This is an awesome opportunity for YOU to ensure the successful delivery of SinglePlatform’s Best-in-Class Sales training programs!

What you’ll do:

  • Your teachings will influence hundreds of employees whom will go on to positively impact thousands of small business owners across the US
  • You will educate staff through instructional design, session facilitation and continued education on products and systems
  • We create and deliver quality training and coaching programs needed to support our Sales efficacy and new initiatives
  • You will teach weeklong trainings for new hires, along with the coordination and scheduling of continued education and ad-hoc trainings
  • You will also be responsible for ongoing evaluation and measurement of our training programs effectiveness based on improved productivity and staff retention
  • You will partner with various Sales Leaders to understand sales targets, coach staff to achieve those targets and reporting back on progress and goal achievement

Who you are:

  • You are PASSIONATE about teaching, learning and staff development and have extensive knowledge in learning principles and training techniques
  • You have a Bachelors degree, advanced degree is preferred
  • You have 3-5 years’ experience in a Sales Training role or 3+ years of teaching/training experience in a data driven, results oriented environment
  • You are captivating, motivating, and inspiring to trainees and sales staff. You are able to motivate and inspire both in and out of the classroom
  • You have strong communication and presentation skills
  • You can easily adapt and pivot within an ever changing environment
  • We would love to see experience within a high volume, high velocity, outbound transactional sales


Why you’ll love us:

  • Awesome Leaders, Awesome People and Awesome Culture!!
  • Do you like to have fun? We do! We have Ping-Pong, pool table, gaming systems, employee recognition events, Summer boat cruise and end of year employee holiday party
  • Do you like to eat & drink? We’ve got you covered w/ Fancy coffee/soda/water stations, snacks, and Beer Cart Fridays!!
  • Do we have good benefits? Heck yeah we do!! (Medical/Dental/Vision, 401K, PTO/Sick, Tuition Reimbursement and wellness plans)
  • Do YOU like to work out and maintain a healthy lifestyle? We offer both gym and weight loss reimbursement programs

 

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