Sales Development Representative
Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture – and benefits – that just aren’t found together anywhere else. If you’re curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future – then take a look at this opportunity.
SALES DEVELOPMENT REPRESENTATIVE, edX, to join the edX for Business team. edX for Business is dedicated to bringing the edX platform to learners at work. Through leadership and development skills investment, edX clients build competitive advantage. Will sell into Fortune 1,000 companies in search of quality alternatives to educating their workforces. This is a multi-billion dollar industry that is ripe for disruption and edX has the ideal product. Responsibilities will include leveraging the tech stack of sales outreach platforms in collaboration with senior sales people to generate meetings with prospects who meet the ideal customer profile; hitting (and eventually exceeding) monthly quotas; effectively qualifying inbound leads from the higher education and eventually corporate sectors; and becoming an industry expert within the SaaS and EdTech space.
EdX is an open-source eLearning platform with a mission to provide high quality education for everyone, everywhere. Founded by Harvard and MIT, edX is focused on transforming online and on-campus learning through groundbreaking methodologies, game-like experiences, and cutting-edge research on an open-source platform.
REQUIRED: at least two years’ experience in a sales or customer-facing position and a desire to exceed goals. PREFERRED: bachelor’s degree, experience in a SaaS environment, Salesforce or other CRM experience, and bilingualism in English and Spanish. Job #18714-6
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