The Sales Representative is responsible for generating qualified leads and signing new clients. We are looking for entrepreneurial “never-take-no-for-an-answer” individuals to sell our solution, the Savings Center, to Senior Executives at prospective client companies. The position requires a passion to succeed and the desire to be part of a winning team.
Flexible; Philadelphia, PA
Scott Bohrer | email@example.com
This is a rare opportunity to be part of an exciting, early startup, and to design and implement a highly scalable, highly lucrative eCommerce platform. You’ll:
Required and Desired Skills & Experience:
Our systems are web/mobile applications and RESTful APIs, all built with Ruby on Rails backend. To ensure you hit the ground running, it’s essential that you have 2-6 years of strong, recent experience with Ruby on Rails, as well as the remainder of stack and tools supporting these systems, such as:
You get bonus points for:
Philadelphia, PA. We’ve just moved into a brand new office atop the highly- sought Graham Building tower with panoramic views of the skyline, steps away from City Hall, Suburban Station, restaurants, culture, and all mass transit lines
Salary + highly leveraged stock options
As a Marketing Manager at Thrive, you will be both a story teller and marketing facilitator. As often the case in technology startups, the Marketing Manager will wear several important hats. You’ll work closely with Thrive’s management and sales team, as well as our clients. A major focus of the role is to establish unique content which will fuel Thrive’s inbound lead generation, hiring pipeline and brand awareness. Additionally, you will be a lead point of contact for Thrive’s clients and will help facilitate use and marketing of Thrive’s product(s). The ideal candidate understands how critical content marketing is and has rolled their sleeves up and executed content marketing campaigns.
As part of a truly cross-functional team you will be a key player at one of Philadelphia’s fastest growing start-ups where your ideas actually matter.