SevenFifty is on a mission to power a connected alcohol supply chain by leveraging the nation's largest network of producers, distributors, importers, retailers, and restaurants. We are uniquely equipped to lead the charge of a full-blown digital transformation by utilizing our comprehensive database of wines, beers, and spirits and making it accessible through a SaaS enabled marketplace.

We are looking for a curious and driven Enablement Manager to join our rapidly growing marketing team. In this role, you will play a key role in scaling our GTM organization by training new hires on the information and content needed to sell more effectively, have meaningful conversations with our prospects, as well as work with our customer facing teams to ensure we are providing helpful training on the value of latest releases and customer centric content to drive retention. This function will be integral to our Marketing, Sales, CX, and Rev Ops teams — you will be responsible for building, evolving, and evaluating our GTM enablement onboarding programs for new hires and own ongoing training and education to support our evolving product. 

This role reports to the Director of Product Marketing.

What you’ll do:

  • Own and produce product collateral that supports acquisition and retention programs across our three audience tiers
  • Own the pitch deck and work with Sales Leadership and the broader Product Marketing team on crafting a story of value for our prospects
  • Collaborate with Sales and CX Leadership to design new hire training programs 
  • Design & produce ongoing training programs to ensure sellers are experts on the product and pitch as it evolves
  • Support new product launches to ensure sales and customer facing teams understand functionality and value drivers
  • Regularly spend time with our revenue leadership and team members to gather feedback and build new hire enablement deliverables to meet our needs as the company scales

You’ll love this job if you are:

  • Curious: You are a lifelong learner and intrigued by the beverage industry
  • Creative: You love to craft stories and are excited to craft messages connecting the three tiers
  • A Teacher: You are excited to train and iterate
  • Collaborative: You love to work across multiple teams
  • Action oriented: You like to get things done

You’ll have:

  • 3-5 years of experience in an enablement role or in a similar role responsible for content across the customer journey, new hire onboarding, and ongoing training, preferably B2B SaaS, across multiple, connected audiences is a plus
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to create and track metrics which demonstrate constant increases in sales productivity 
  • Exceptional organizational skills and the ability to priority tasks effectively
  • Preference for working in a highly collaborative, cross-team capacity
  • Experience in tools such as HubSpot, Salesforce, Outreach, and other sales enablement tools is a plus
  • Ability to work in a remote environment successfully (e.g. you have a space suitable for day-to-day work from home).

We are:

...120-ish people and growing fast.

...doing our best to make a difference. Read more here

...former hospitality professionals and start-up veterans.

...distributed; we work remotely and gather together a few times each year.

...social! We meet for team weeks, wine tastings, and lunch n’ learn sessions.

...eaters and drinkers who love to discuss food and beverage.

...changing an industry. Read more here.

...one of Built In NY’s “Best Places to Work” 2021!

Find out what it's like to work at Sevenfifty here.

Perks & benefits:

  • 100% paid individual medical, dental, and vision via Justworks and Aetna.
  • Meaningful equity in an industry-changing organization.
  • Unlimited vacation to rest and recover.
  • 3-months of family leave to care for your child (after your first year of employment).
  • Flexibility to work where you want, so long as you’re meeting your goals.

Our values:

  • Light the way: Inspire others with your vision for success.
  • Open the door: Ask, listen, and empower others.
  • Stir it up: Embrace experimentation and bring new ideas to life.
  • Keep the glass full: Do more than is expected, for yourself and for others.
  • Respect the craft: Commit to excellence and integrity in your work.

We are an equal opportunity employer. What does that mean at SevenFifty? We:

    • Give each team member an equal opportunity to develop and grow into a leadership role.
    • Acknowledge our shortcomings and try to improve our company and our industry.
    • Elevate BIPOC voices in our industry publication, SevenFifty Daily
    • Do not discriminate against candidates or employees on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability status, or socioeconomic status. 
    • Have regular, sometimes awkward, conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion in our employee resource group, SevenFifty Community.
    • Are honest and recognize that our company isn’t as diverse as it should be. We’re trying to change that

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