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🔥 Backed by top Venture Captial firms such as Accel and Insight Partners
🔥 Customers include Microsoft, Twitter, Amazon, and Adidas
🔥 Fully remote (must be located on the East Coast)
Salary: 250k OTE
🔥 Reporting to CEO, ability to scale a team
🔥 Build a demand gen strategy and own all marketing activities and budgets
🔥 Fully remote (US-based)
Salary: 200k OTE
🔥 Company has already generated $5M+ ARR with no outside VC funding
🔥 Fully remote opportunity with direct access and guidance from C-Level executives
🔥 Fully remote (US-based)
Salary: 100k OTE
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Yes! Many of the jobs we send are for remote jobs at software companies. We also have roles available for hybrid and in-person if you are looking for those kinds of roles.
Sort of! Our more junior level roles are usually senior SDR (sales development representative) or senior BDR (business development representative) jobs.
No! Most of the SaaS jobs we have open are non-technical roles. They are in revenue roles (sales, marketing, and customer success). Sometimes customer success jobs like sales engineers, solutions consultants, etc. require some technical knowledge of a product but most of our roles don't!
For sales jobs, we have open roles from senior SDR (more entry-level) to VP of Sales and CRO (Chief Revenue Officer) roles. All of our SaaS jobs will require a little bit of experience. Our more junior-level sales roles are senior SDR/BDR roles. For sales professionals with more experience, we offer Account Executive jobs, Director of Sales jobs, Head of Sales jobs and more.
For marketing jobs, we have open roles in Demand Generation, Product Marketing, Content Marketing, Brand Marketing, Growth Marketing, Digital Marketing, and more. Most of our open roles are for Head of Marketing and VP of Marketing which do require marketing experience.
For our customer success jobs, we have open roles from Account Manager and Customer Success Manager to VP of Customer Success and Chief Customer Officer. We also sometimes have roles that need a little technical experience like sales engineer, solutions consultant, implementation manager, and more.
All of our open SaaS jobs require some level of experience. If you need help breaking into a SaaS job, join us for our job seeker office hours. We've helped a ton of professionals switch into SaaS without having experience in SaaS previously.
When you are in the final interview stages with a company make sure to ask this question:
"Do you have any hesitations around my ability to be successful in this role?"
This allows you to understand any concerns the employer has about hiring you for this role.
It's also the perfect opportunity to squash those concerns and reiterate one last time why you are the best candidate for this role.
Follow up after an interview. Always.
Before an interview ends ask the person you are meeting with for their email address and express excitement about moving forward in the process.
If you forget to ask for their contact info no biggie.
You can reach out on LinkedIn!
References can be tricky.
Keep in mind the two points below to ensure that doesn't happen!
1. Never give your current boss. Offers are usually contingent upon references and you shouldn't tell your current employer you are leaving until an offer letter is officially signed.
2. Reach out to the person first to confirm they feel comfortable being a reference. Chances are if they don 't have something nice to say they'll say no.
Check out our full list of open jobs. It's updated every week and has top jobs in sales, marketing, and customer success at early to growth-stage companies!Open Jobs
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