Digital Sales Executive (Inside Sales)

Looking to join a company in the midst of a digital transformation where the consumer is king and talent, technology and data are our greatest resources? Keep reading to see if this opportunity is of interest to you!

RentPath is growing our Inside Sales Team and are looking for sharp, energetic, customer and relationship-driven inside sales executives to join our team. Engage in an encouraging work hard/play hard company culture and become a part of an interesting and charismatic group of inside sales professionals who love what they do!

A Day in the Life

  • You’ve obtained an expert level knowledge base of RentPath’s products and services, and tackle your weekly goals with ambition, enthusiasm and pride.
  • You sail through the leads provided to you with ease and grace and are excited when you’ve checked the box to be able to start generating leads on your own.
  • Your focus is not on the one call close, but recognize the benefit of building long-term relationships with your clients, understanding their business needs and creating proposals guaranteed to knock their socks off.
  • You are comfortable passing the client on to the Operations team to manage after you’ve sealed the deal because you know your teammates are a part of the client success - and they’ve got your back.
  • You manage your sales pipeline and revenue forecast in Salesforce to ensure accurate recording of prospecting activity.

What We Need from You

  • You are intelligent, curious and you have a finger on the pulse of digital media.
  • You are passionate about the growth and development within the multifamily industry and are comfortable communicating the value of RentPath's suite of products and services to your customers.
  • You work within the sales and support teams for the achievement of revenue generation, customer satisfaction and long-term account goals in line with company vision and values.
  • You are a Sales Professional and are polished, know how to prospect and are COMPLETELY comfortable closing new business deals.
  • You will come with at least an Associates level college degree and will have been closing deals in the B2B Sales space for at least 2 years. If you’ve sold in the digital ad space within those 2+ years, even better!
  • It goes without saying that you have strong customer service and client retention skills, and have outstanding phone selling skills.
  • You really do understand your clients and how to ensure the products and services you represent add value to their portfolio – relationship / client management is your middle name.
  • We would love for you to bring Salesforce experience to the table, but other CRM experience will definitely help you get up to speed with the technology for this role.

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