Samsara builds an extensive set of hardware devices, including battery-powered, wireless environmental sensors, Linux -based IoT gateways, and internet-connected dash cameras. Our work philosophy involves rapid product iteration; because all of our devices are internet-connected, we have access to thorough feedback and telemetry on how well our software performs in the field. We’re at the intersection of cloud software, sensor systems, and wireless networks, and are seeking Sales Engineers to own technical pre-sales for our Mid Market customers and bring our technology to market. This position is based in Atlanta, GA.
Partner with sales executives to plan, prepare and execute on strategic deals in complex sales cycles
Successfully match customer pains and requirements to proposed solutions
Working in multiple levels of the technology stack
Hardware deployment and installation
SaaS dashboard setup and advanced use
Mobile device and application
Minimum 1+ years experience working with customers in a pre-sales or support capacity
Previous hands-on experience with customer evaluations and deployments
Consistent track record selling complex solutions
Well versed in one of the following: cloud software, networking, automation and control systems
Tinkering with hardware gadgets, sensors, or vehicles is a plus
In your first week, you'll:
Travel to Samsara HQ in San Francisco for a week of New Hire Training
Attend a variety of different onboarding sessions, where you'll: receive a thorough introduction to our leadership team. be immersed in our product offerings and meet our CEO, Sanjit Biswas, in a "Samsara 101" class
Meet your team and fellow new hire cohort
Shadow cold-calls, product demos, etc.
...and so much more!
At Samsara, we welcome all. All sizes, colors, cultures, sexes, beliefs, religions, ages, people. We depend on the unique approaches of our team members to help us solve complex problems. We are committed to increasing diversity across our team and ensuring that Samsara is a place where people from all backgrounds can make an impact.