Our Sales team is a turbocharged V12 engine that drives the entire company forward by bringing our software platform to new customers - every single day. We are a tight-knit, high-energy crew that comprises Sales Development, Account Executives, and Sales Operations. We have a shared passion for helping residential contractors take their business to the next level, and nothing makes our team happier than seeing stellar feedback from customers who have had the opportunity to leverage ServiceTitan.

Executive Sales Coordinator

We are looking for a hotshot Executive Sales Coordinator reporting to our VP of Worldwide Sales that can lead efforts with our amazing Sales Leadership Team as well as play a critical role in our Referrals and References channel.  You are helpful and organized by nature, you have the gift of persuasion and you want to learn everything there is to know about sales.

What You'll Do

  • Work as coordinator reporting directly to VP of Worldwide Sales and supporting the other 8 members of the Sales Leadership Team
  • Serve as key administrative and strategic support point for the Sales Leadership Team
  • Assist in execution of intra-sales and cross-functional initiatives to ensure impact back to customer acquisition efforts
  • Organize agenda, notes and follow-ups for weekly staff meetings in collaboration with Sales Leadership and other customer acquisition points of contact
  • Help in various administrative tasks from coordinating campaigns, travel, expense and budget management
  • Manage receipt of referral submissions from Customer Advocacy program as well as documenting in program trackers and tagging in Salesforce Contacts and Accounts
  • Working with Sales Leadership to assign the leads to the designated BDR’s in a timely manner
  • Monitor accurate documentation in SFDC on the Opportunity for reliable reporting and correct attribution
  • Work with AP to submit customer rewards payment requests and mailing issued checks with notes from the CSM & Sales team
  • Working closely with Customer Advocacy Program Manager as she builds relationships with customers to continuously nurture the incoming flow of referrals and turn these customers into advocates

What You'll Need

  • 1-2 years of experience working within a sales organization in an administrative, coordinator or assistant role
  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent professional experience is a plus
  • You are a self starter, passionate, ambitious and have a "can do" attitude
  • You are self-motivated, have the ability to work independently, and are people oriented
  • Proficiency and knowledge of Google Suite
  • Experience booking travel & hotel accommodations
  • Experience with SalesForce is a plus

About ServiceTitan

ServiceTitan is a mobile, cloud-based software platform that helps home services companies streamline operations, improve customer service, and grow their business. ServiceTitan's end-to-end solution for the multi-billion dollar residential home services industry includes CRM, intelligent dispatch, custom reporting, marketing automation, mobile solution for field techs, and accounting integration with Intacct and QuickBooks. ServiceTitan brings a fully operational modern SaaS infrastructure to an industry traditionally underserved by software. ServiceTitan is the preferred software for hundreds of the world's most successful plumbing, HVAC, and electrical companies. For more information about ServiceTitan, visit www.ServiceTitan.com.

Los Angeles Business Journal Top 100 Fastest Growing Private Company for 2017 
Inc. 5000 – America’s Fastest Growing Companies 2017
Forbes - Next Billion-Dollar Startup List 2017

 

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