Company Overview: 

SpaceIQ makes your workplaces smarter and your employee experiences better. Businesses that need a centralized data-driven platform to make better informed decisions about real estate, want to plan and manage a more productive and efficient work environment, and want to give their employees a frictionless experience so they can do their best work, come to SpaceIQ. Our mission is to help businesses of all sizes reach their full potential by creating great workplaces that attract and retain the talent they need to grow and succeed. If you are looking for a dynamic, entrepreneurial career opportunity, join SpaceIQ and our suite of products: Archibus, Serraview and SiQ in transforming the workplace.

Position Summary: 

Top qualities for an individual successful in the SDR role include being competitive, tenacious, results driven, energetic and highly motivated to succeed. Displaying strong time management skills while in a fast-paced, changing environment is also imperative. A strong candidate must demonstrate behaviors associated with a high-performance sales culture in order to deliver consistent results against a sales quota.

Essential Duties/ Key Responsibilities:

  • Research and pre-qualify prospective customers
  • Educate potential customers on product offerings & services, & answering questions
  • Systematically call and email prospects to discover sales opportunities and drive conversations
  • Secure meetings for Account Executive team
  • Effectively handle and overcome objections
  • Collaborate with marketing and sales team to ensure all leads are identified and effectively assessed
  • Maintain accurate and detailed activity records in Salesforce CRM
  • Assist with additional projects as assigned
  • Are energetic, competitive, tenacious, and results driven
  • Have clear and concise communication skills, oral and written
  • Know how to manage you time efficiently and are disciplined with your daily approach in fast paced environment
  • Are eager to learn and constantly develop product & market industry knowledge
  • Are hungry for feedback and passionate about developing your sales skills
  • Are familiar with Salesforce.com & Microsoft Office

Qualifications:

  • Have 1-2 years sales development experience,
  • 1-2 years experience in Software as a Service (SaaS)
  • 1-2 year Business Development experience
  • 1 year in Software Sales

Education:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent.

Benefits: 

  • Health, Dental, & Vision
    • Dependent, Spousal and Domestic Partner coverage available
    • Up to $1000 Company HSA Contribution
    • Medical, Dependent Care and Limited FSA Accounts
  • Income Protection and Replacement - 100% Company Paid
    • Short Term Disability
    • Long Term Disability
    • Life Insurance
  • Cash accumulation and Work/Life balance
    • Up to 4% - 401(k) company match (immediate 100% vesting)
    • 10 Paid Holidays
    • Flexible PTO 
    • 2 Weeks Parental Leave 

What’s in it for you: 

  • Be a part of a company that is changing the workplace
  • Be a part of a fast-paced global team
  • Twice a week, virtual fitness classes
  • Women’s Club
  • Awesome New Hire Welcome Package

* Please note that this position is 100% remote based in Atlanta, GA.

 

An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.  

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