This pharmaceutical company has been recognized by multiple publications including Fortune, Selling Power, and Business Week. They have a strong portfolio of products, and a deep pipeline of potential therapeutics. Professionally, they offer a tremendous opportunity for an aggressive sales person looking to grow in an exciting industry. As a specialty representative, you will promote three products within an assigned geographic territory. You will be calling on primary care physicians, specialty doctors, hospitals and pharmacies.
This is a rapidly growing security software organization that addresses real world problems without compromising the integrity and security of the enterprise environment. This organization has been recognized for its cutting edge security solutions and already has a footprint within large Gov't Institutions, Financial firms and worldwide corporate accounts. This is a fast paced fun working environment and the company is geared for hyper growth.
So you walk into your interview calm, cool and collected. You confidently think "I've got it. I'm so prepared that nothing will stump me." The first few questions are text book. Really? Could they get even a little creative? And then, smack! Yeah that's right. The booby trap questions! All of a sudden you start sweating. You respond with "I'm sorry can you rephrase the question?" That didn't work so you start fake coughing and ask for a glass of water to give yourself a little more time. Wait a minute. What just happened?? Do I answer it this way or that way? Do I tell them yes or no? OMG!!! SOS!!!!!
This organization is a rapidly growing software organization that targets selling into IT Directors of mid-large size businesses. They are headquartered in the US and has a worldwide presence. They are privately held, profitable and have doubled their revenue over the last 3 years. This opportunity is calling for an Inside Sales Representative who will follow up on leads generated through marketing campaigns as well as gradually start to close deals and segue into a field sales position with 20% travel. You will have the advantage of working along side the VP of Sales.
You've been doing most of the selling for your company. One day, you decide to recruit your first salesperson. After weeks of interviewing, you pull the trigger and hire the salesperson you hope will finally get you out of being your company's chief revenue officer.
A few years ago, I recruited an executive to run a mid-level company. The night before he was supposed to start his new job, the executive called to say he was staying put. The board of directors at his current company--a major multinational retailer--had offered to name him CEO in one year's time. I was aghast, but my former candidate could hardly envision a better scenario. He had leveraged an offer to run a mid-sized company and used it to land the coveted top spot at a retailing giant. No greater career coup exists, right?
This organization is a rapidly growing software organization that targets selling into IT Directors of mid-large size businesses. They are headquartered in the US and has a worldwide presence. They are privately held, profitable and have doubled their revenue over the last 3 years. This opportunity is calling for an accomplished account executive who will hunt new business and be a road warrior traveling 60%. You will be selling two software solutions into IT Directors and be responsible for conducting web demos and closing business. This position will eventually lead into building a sales team reporting to you.