About G2
G2 is revolutionizing the way businesses discover, buy and manage software and services. More than five million users per month rely on G2 to help them find and buy the best software for their businesses. G2 features over 1 million authentic customer reviews, has built a global team of nearly 400 talented, motivated professionals, and has raised $100M in total funding from some of the world’s leading investors including IVP, Accel Partners, LinkedIn, Emergence Capital, Pritzker Group, Chicago Ventures, Hyde Park Ventures, industry leaders and its founders.

About The Role

The Sales Development Representative role will fit energetic and driven individuals who want to jump-start a career in technology sales and fine-tune their communication skills by conducting initial conversations with professionals in the software industry.

Ideal candidates should be eager to advance into a long-term career in sales through a clearly defined learning and earning path. This role offers experience with sales outreach, relationship building, and pipeline development, and the chance to collaborate with and learn alongside an experienced and growing sales team.

Responsibilities:

  • Quickly follow up on inbound leads, emails and chat 
  • Collaborate with Marketing and Sales on lead quality and conversion
  • Qualify leads and advance them to demo call with Account Executives 
  • Demonstrate vision and values of G2 to prospective customers
  • Exceed quota of qualified opportunities each month

Requirements:

  • Interest and aptitude in technology
  • Desire to pursue a career in sales or marketing
  • Up to 2 years business experience
  • Experience with inside sales, prospecting, or equivalent
  • Excellent presentation and written/verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, team environment
  • Goal-oriented, attainment motivated and self starting attitude 
  • Good time management with strong organizational skills

Why we love G2


G2 was founded to create a place where people will love to work. We strive to create meaning in work and provide more than just a job: a true calling. G2 is a place where people can be authentic and grow, find meaning and passion in work, and be motivated to succeed by a supportive group of coworkers. We pride ourselves on creating an environment where people can enjoy coming to work every day, by supporting our employees in their professional and personal lives.

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