Job Overview

The Sales Enablement Training Manager will be responsible for the development, execution, and coordination of field and internal commercial teams’ training and development. This is a critical role working with key cross-functional stakeholders and teams to ensure technical, clinical, and business related information at Omada is successfully incorporated into appropriate learning programs.

Your impact:

  • Create, plan, organize and deliver comprehensive sales training programs that support the overall mission of the Learning & Development team.  Liaison with sales and product leaders to build robust training solutions that ensure sales success in driving revenue
  • Use curriculum design tools and techniques and adult learning principles to develop innovative and engaging training content including workshops, training modules, and web conferences.
  • Design and administer virtual learning programs using Omada’s learning management systems (LMS).
  • Develop and facilitate live new-hire and up skill training including interactive workshops, expert presentations, and certification assessments
  • Maximize training effectiveness by contributing to content creation and employing innovative methodologies to deliver content.
  • Establish training metrics/assessments to measure performance and report out to sales leadership
  • Work with other departments (IT, HR, Recruiting, Facilities, etc) to facilitate training experience for account executives.
  • Serve as liaison between marketing, clinical, sales operations, and field sales teams to streamline communication, education, and training initiatives
  • Determine on-going training needs by traveling with sales representatives, observing sales encounters, providing ongoing education, studying sales reports and collaborating/strategizing with senior management, sales managers, directors/managers, clinical specialists and product managers
  • Assist in design, development, and execution of National Sales Meeting(s) including interactive workshops and overall meeting agenda.
  • Handle all logistical arrangements, room set-up, managing rosters, instructor scheduling, reporting on completion, and sending reminders to participants.
  • Update job knowledge by participating in educational activities, maintain professional networks, participating in professional organizations
  • Produce quarterly reports for senior commercial management team

You will love this job if you are:

  • Detail oriented, yet always able to see the big picture
  • Able to take charge and create a path forward while dealing with a growing and evolving organization; creating clarity on next steps and definition of success
  • Experienced, comfortable and effective at public speaking
  • Proven success partnering with cross-functional teams
  • Passionate about supporting a mission to improve healthcare through innovation and technology!

You will be successful in this role if you have:

  • 4-6 years of Sales Enablement, Performance Consulting or Learning and Facilitation experience within a similar role; prior sales experience a plus
  • Experience building and executing learning and development programs
  • Highly proficient at building strong stakeholder relationships
  • Strategic thinker with the ability to execute
  • Ability to work with internal teams to ensure effectiveness and inclusion of training assets
  • Solid organizational, time management and communication skills
  • Ability to travel to regional and national meetings
  • Experience using SalesHood a plus
  • Sense of urgency and resourcefulness while maintaining an attention to detail
  • Ability to have critical conversations with managers, peers, trainees
  • Excellent facilitation and moderator skills
  • Ability to use adult learning principles and curriculum design techniques to effectively design and develop  various learning experiences
  • Able to assert own ideas
  • Skilled at providing interactive, engaging education for various audiences
  • Ability to work well across various functions to achieve goals


  • Competitive salary
  • Stock options + extended post termination option exercise window (for Omadans who are with us 3 years or more)
  • Flexible vacation
  • Parental leave
  • Health, dental, and vision
  • Healthy snacks and meals
  • Wellness events (e.g. running club)
  • Community volunteering
  • 401k retirement savings plan


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