Company Overview

iTranslate is a leader in real-time language translation and communication apps and services, based on proprietary technology and strong machine learning know-how. iTranslate’s consumer offering spans applications such as iTranslate Translator, which with over 200M downloads is the leading independent translation and dictionary app in the world, iTranslate Converse, and Grammatica, the AI-powered writing assistant. iTranslate also offers translation and communication services to corporate clients through enterprise-level APIs. iTranslate is recognized as a leader in design, innovation and technology at the service of communication, having been awarded the prestigious Apple Design Award.

Your Role

As the first Sales Development Representative at iTranslate, you’ll play a key role in developing our outreach capabilities, and in scaling our nascent enterprise business. This is a role for an entrepreneurial, versatile, dynamic team player that is excited about starting something new from scratch and is comfortable working autonomously and without relying on a pre-existing sales structure.

  • Research potential target markets, and create actionable target prospects lists 
  • Advise on tools and services required to support outreach to potential clients
  • Lead and execute outreach to potential clients through a variety of marketing channels
  • Follow-up on inbound marketing leads and identify qualified opportunities providing appropriate levels of information at the right time for interested prospects
  • Profile strategic accounts identifying key individuals, researching and obtaining business requirements and presenting solutions to kick-start the sales cycle
  • Be responsible for educating and developing prospects, leading to hand-off to sales team
  • Collaborate with executive, sales and marketing team members on strategic sales approach
  • Ensure successful follow through of sales cycle by maintaining accurate activity and lead qualification information in CRM application
  • Collaborate on a content marketing strategy and ensure prospects are reached by appropriate content at the right time

Your Background

  • 3+ years of work experience as a Sales Development Representative for SaaS companies
  • Demonstrated success in creating and growing an actionable pipeline of prospects
  • Exceptional communication skills, both oral and written, coupled with excellent listening skills and a positive presence
  • Strategic mindset, and an interest to stretch your responsibilities beyond what a typical SDR would do: help us build the sales function for our company! 
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team in a fast-paced environment
  • Native or fluent English speaker 
  • Self-motivated and entrepreneurial
  • Experience with prospecting, demand generation and CRM software and tools

Perks & Benefits

  • Flexible working hours (flextime)
  • Remote-friendly
  • Personalize your benefits (Wellness, Childcare, Education, Public Transport)
  • International environment
  • One additional week off (over Christmas)

*We embrace diversity and strive to create an inclusive and equitable environment for all.

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