SpotOn empowers restaurants and retailers of all sizes to operate and grow seamlessly within a single comprehensive software platform.

If you love having face-to-face conversations with other business-minded people and have a mindset toward finding the right solution to help people succeed—then we want to hear from you. No direct prior experience in this industry is required. We work one-on-one with our Next Gen Sales Fellows to create a path toward success that plays to your strengths. 

The Next Gen Sales Program 

The SpotOn Next Gen Sales Program prepares emerging professionals with the training and experience to jumpstart their sales career. Through our new program, we will provide you with the best-in-class training required to propel you into your first sales role. You will be part of a community of ambitious young people and gain exposure to SpotOn senior leaders all while rapidly growing your professional network. At the conclusion of the program, you will “graduate” into an Account Executive position, where you will prospect, qualify, and generate opportunities to support the overall growth of our business and your local small business community! 

Join our winning team as a Next Gen Sales Fellow and start empowering local businesses while getting top-notch support and unlimited earning potential. 

What you’ll be doing:

  • Develop and nurture relationships with business owners in your territory, including restaurants, retail and professional services
  • Identify areas of concern for the business owner and show how the SpotOn platform can solve the problem and streamline their business
  • Manage the sales cycle from initial introduction to loyal customer 
  • Hit and exceed sales targets by being able to offer solutions to multiple needs with the complete library of products and services offered through the SpotOn platform
  • Be a local ambassador for SpotOn in your community, lending our services and expertise so that they can save money, streamline operations, and accelerate local small business growth 
  • Work closely with our Sales Support Team to help reach your professional career goals
  • This is an outside sales position where you will be interacting with local small businesses on a daily basis. 

What you’ll find at SpotOn:

  • Uncapped commissions, including upfront bonuses based on the profitability of the account, monthly bonuses as well as long-term residuals.
  • Unparalleled sales support from proven closers and career mentors, including access to TheSpot, our proprietary sales portal.
  • Provide a product that is backed up by 24/7/365 product support and 100% transparent pricing.

Are you Next Gen? 

  • 0-3 years of prior work experience

What you bring to the table: 

  • You are interested in embarking on a career as a sales professional with a particular interest in opportunities that will give you world-class training and skills to reach your full potential
  • You are driven to succeed personally 
  • You possess a growth mentality and are dedicated to a path of continuous learning
  • You are comfortable with change and working in fast-paced environments
  • Excellent communication and leadership skills
  • Exceptional customer service skills
  • Team player mentality with a passion for leadership and development of yourself and others
  • Passion for technology and the positive impact it can have on the world
  • Positive mindset and winning attitude! 

SpotOn is committed to hiring a diverse workforce. We consider all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other basis as prohibited by federal, state or local law.

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