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As the Director of Government Enterprise Sales, you will be responsible for building and growing Lucid's government sales program. You will lead a team of Government Enterprise Account Executives that drive the strategic business growth for net new and existing Lucid customers across their assigned accounts. You will work hand-in-hand with other sales and customer success leadership to ensure renewals, drive expansion, and continual customer engagement for the reps on your team. This role will report directly to the Senior Vice President of Sales.

Responsibilities:

  • Must be able to operate in a fast-paced environment and seek to inspire, lead and coach Enterprise Account Executives 
  • Grow IARR in Enterprise Account install base through net new logos, expansion, and renewals
  • Assess sales activities and forecasts to determine sales progress and required improvements. Recommend and implement improvements to achieve sales goals 
  • Coach Account Executives to develop their sales skills including market management, forecasting, prospecting within account base, negotiations, and other necessary skills 
  • Develop and execute net new, upgrade and renewal strategies and ensures compliance to Rules of Engagement and reporting in SFDC
  • Provide value in complex negotiations and the closing of new business, including appropriate use of Sales Engineering, Customer Success and Executive leadership to maximize results 
  • Work with each Account Executive to develop and implement Quarterly Business Review plans to achieve sales quota 
  • Ensures the team effectively leverages sales tools and systems consistently and in alignment with Rules of Engagement 
  • Communicates and prioritizes product and business needs from the field to appropriate Lucid departments Assist in the recruiting, staffing and training to grow and maintain Enterprise sales teams 
  • Manage productivity, funnel of opportunities and quality to ensure teams meet established goals and standards 
  • Ongoing process improvements, recommendations and implementation of sales methodology, strategy and training. 
  • Assist in managing development programs to achieve target goals in support of teams and individual representatives 
  • Build proper reports and dashboards in SFDC to ensure pipeline and forecast is always current
  • Build expert knowledge of the Lucid suite’s features to help build full solution stories 
  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements:

  • 10+ years of sales experience, preferably in tech/SaaS
  • 3+ years of enterprise sales management experience 
  • 3+ years of experience selling to government accounts 
  • Experience as an expert coach and leader 
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines 
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills 
  • Experience with SFDC reporting, Tableau, Outreach, and other like sales software solutions

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