Are you an energetic self-starter looking to expand your skill set in a fast-paced environment? Do you want to be surrounded by people who are just as driven, inspired, and fired up about their mission as you are? Did you compete with yourself this morning just to get out of bed even earlier than you did yesterday? Are you looking for leaders that are invested in your long-term growth and development as an individual? If you’ve answered yes to all of these questions, then the SDR Team at UserVoice is the perfect fit for you.
At UserVoice, we’re on a mission to help Product teams build better software. We’ve created a platform to help product managers collect, quantify, and analyze user feedback in order to build data-driven product roadmaps. UserVoice automates the dirty work around gathering feedback and delivers powerful tools to help product managers get the full picture of what their users want. By blending science with the art of product management, product teams are able to build better software and it’s the SDR’s job to evangelize that message.
Our customers include Microsoft, Yahoo, Adobe, Hulu, Intuit, Google, Minecraft, Xbox, The Weather Channel, and Sephora. The SDR role provides a great opportunity for someone that wants to join a high-performing team and learn what sales looks like at scale.
We’re looking for recent college graduates beginning their career in sales that are ready to join a highly energetic, competitive start-up environment. The SDR team plays a key role in identifying potential from marketing leads and creating qualified opportunities for our senior Account Executive team. This front-line group is the first point of contact for prospects and sets the stage for all future interactions. We’re looking for real people who want to help customers get real value out of UserVoice.
You’ll spend your time qualifying opportunities, answering questions, and generating excitement for UserVoice via phone and email. We need people that are fired-up about creating qualified sales opportunities, working the phones whenever possible, and constantly on the hunt for ways to improve themselves and the people around them. If you’re ready to get after it, the time is now.
Sound right up your alley? Want to learn more?
Drop us a line with your credentials along with a response (just a few sentences) to two out of the three following questions:
1. Why Sales?
2. Why UserVoice?
3. Why You?