GIANT MACHINES 

Giant Machines is a technology firm that helps our clients bring the right digital products to market through product validation, strategy, design, and development. We are a 90+ person team with a track record of building software that drives thousands of businesses, powers financial marketplaces with billions of dollars of daily transaction volume, and is deployed by thousands of people in the field. 

2021 was a banner year for Giant Machines. We experienced triple digit growth, built up our innovation practice, and acquired a technology learning and development company to expand our own professional growth goals and client offerings, all with record low attrition and a track record of deep employee and client success and satisfaction.  

ABOUT US

  • Diversity-forward company
  • #2 Best Place to Work in NYC by Crain’s New York Business
  • Built in NYC 2021 Best Places to Work New York City
  • Certified Asian American Business
  • Proud Member of Pledge 1%
  • Remote flexibility with office space for collaboration and team events
  • Monthly Lunch & Learns
  • Company-wide volunteer opportunities
  • Solid work-life balance

ABOUT THIS ROLE

Giant Machines is investing over $1m to build our sales practice.

As the Head of Business Development, you will oversee our business development team, work daily with our CEO and other executives, refine our positioning, revamp our pricing strategy, and set us up to successfully sell our end-to-end vision of innovation, delivery, and upskilling for our clients.    

The Head of Business Development will:

  • Increase our pipeline of prospective clients by introducing a sustainable outbound lead approach
  • Assess existing Giant Machines business development practices and suggest a roadmap of new changes and initiatives  
  • Drive the agenda, strategy, and day to day management of the sales team
  • Grow the sales and marketing team, including recruiting and managing strategic hires
  • Work with the delivery team in all aspects of the sales cycle from discovery to proposal

WHAT SUCCESS LOOKS LIKE

After 12 months, you will know you are successful when you have:

  • Recruited and are managing a team that can actively source new opportunities to add 1-2 new clients per quarter
  • Brought in $2m+ of revenue from net new clients in year one
  • Collaborate with the Giant Machines marketing team to create new opportunities

ABOUT YOU

  • Track record of successfully co-creating business strategy with organizational leaders
  • Expert in running business development efforts for professional services organizations
  • Deep experience in hiring, mentoring, and growing a small business development team
  • Proficient in positioning innovation methodologies to create outsize impact for clients
  • Ability to coordinate and oversee marketing and brand development efforts
  • Experience working closely with delivery teams in the discovery and pitching of potential clients

BENEFITS & COMPENSATION

  • Medical benefits at no cost to you for single coverage (cost associated with insuring partner and/or dependents)
  • Robust well-being offerings that allow you unlimited access to virtual fitness, meditation, yoga, cooking classes, homeschooling preparedness, physical therapy and more
  • 16 weeks of paid family leave 
  • 401(k) with 4% employer match
  • Profit-sharing
  • $3k yearly education budget plus 5 conference/education PTO days
  • $1k stipend to purchase items for your work-from-home space

Recruitment Agencies:  Giant Machines does not accept unsolicited agency resumes and will not be held responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.

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