Outside Sales Representative

As an Outside Sales Representative/Market Development Manager, you will own the performance and success of your territory through face-to-face selling and the management and development of relationships with Coaches and Group Leaders in your area. You will be responsible for establishing new relationships within your territory, along with maintaining and strengthening existing and repeat business. Snap! Raise Market Development Managers have the ability to make a tremendous impact and are trusted by coaches, group leaders and their communities to help further the programs of those we serve.

We are an organization built on the fundamentals and principles largely learned early in life through the sports and activities we participated in while attending school. We now utilize those skills and tools in an effort to give back to Coaches and Group Leaders who are focused on helping the next generation through athletics and extracurricular activities.

Responsibilities:

  • Cultivate strong relationships with coaches and group leaders by learning about their unique challenges and providing solutions to help their programs succeed
  • Serve as an industry expert by educating decision makers and building rapport with group leaders in your territory
  • Contribute to and represent the Snap Mobile brand by living our company values on a daily basis
  • Practice a will to win mindset by taking on unique market challenges with a positive, can-do attitudes
  • Maintain a commitment to teamwork, accountability, and a constant desire to beat your own best
  • Be flexible and able to work beyond regular business hours, including evenings and weekends as needed

 

Required Skills/Characteristics:

  • Proven success meeting quotas in a goal-driven work environment
  • 2-3 years of experience in an outside sales role or similar position
  • An expert communicator with ability to present ideas, thoughts and data verbally and in written form in a clear and concise manner
  • Self-starter mentality and competitive by nature
  • Top performer in previous roles with a proven ability to meet and exceed goals
  • Coachable and able to ask questions, receive feedback, and implement in daily work
  • Experience in coaching, leading, and participating in athletics + extracurricular activities
  • Strong organizational and time management skills, ability to work independently
  • Experience working with HubSpot or alternative CRM desired
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred

 

 

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