Sales Recruitment

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Contingency Sales Search

The greatest sales people live a high performance lifestyle. They have clarity, focus, dedication, optimism, and high energy. Talented sales professionals are role models and leaders. We connect amazing revenue generating individual contributors to sales leadership. We refer Sales Leadership to business visionaries. We're your Sales Gold Partner.

The Greatest Sales People In The World

Whether you are looking for a Sales or Business Development professional, send us your job opening and we’ll bring you the best possible candidates for your specific search. 

VP of Sales+
The VP of Sales and Marketing is responsible for managing all brands, distribution channels, and deployment of sales for the organization. They are responsible for developing the strategic sales plans based on company goals that will promote sales growth and customer satisfaction for the organization.
Sales Director+
Along with meeting targets and keeping the sales team motivated, most sales directors are responsible for managing all sales efforts, strategically launching new products or services into the market and ensuring customer service standards are high and continually improving
Account Executive +
Account Executive Responsibilities Include: Creating detailed business plans to facilitate the attainment of goals and quotas. Managing the entire sales cycle from finding a client to securing a deal. Unearthing new sales opportunities through networking and turn them into long term partnerships.
Account Manager +
An account manager is a person who works for a company and is responsible for the management of sales and relationships with particular customers. … The account manager does not manage the daily running of the account itself. They manage the relationship with the client of the account(s) they are assigned to.
Sales Manager +
A sales manager is responsible for meeting the sales targets of the organization through effective planning and budgeting. A sales manager can’t work alone. … He is the one who sets the targets for the sales executives and other sales representatives. A sales manager must ensure the targets are realistic and achievable.
Sales Engineer +
The role of technical sales engineers essentially involves translating and explaining highly complex technical information to customers and clients, focusing on revealing how a product or piece of equipment can solve specific problems. They therefore play an important role in the modern sales process.
BDR+
BDRs are the tip of the spear and find new business and tap new markets in order to find qualified leads and set appointments for sales.
Inside Sales+
Inside sales representatives work with customers to find what they want, create solutions and ensure a smooth sales process. Sales representatives might work to find new sales leads, through business directories, client referrals, etc. Inside sales reps are friendly, well-spoken and ready to close the deal.
Channel Manager +
Channel Managers develop, service, and grow relationships with channel partners. A number of partners under a Channel Manager’s responsibility depends on the size of their employer. This role includes doing things like developing sales strategies, negotiating with partners and training and developing their sales team.
Territory Manager +
A territory sales manager oversees a specific area (or territory) for an organization and acts as a liaison between company headquarters and the company’s presence in their respective territory. Often, the territory sales manager’s primary job is to increase sales volume within their assigned region.
Success Manager+
A customer success manager is someone who represents an online company or brand, and is the primary point of contact for any customer concerns regarding product, support, or billing. Their purpose is to provide the best customer experience possible, which in turn will result in customer retention and expansion.
SDR+
The definition of a sales development rep (SDR) is a type of inside sales rep that solely focuses on outbound prospecting. Many companies (such as Salesforce) have experienced massive revenue growth by separating sales organizations into specific roles.
Urgency
A head down, distraction avoidance, achieving their targets & metrics.
Over-Achievement
Year after year track record of measurable high performance success.
Deals
Enterprise level closing and complex sales expertise utilizing the team.
New Logo Acquisition
The hunter mentality and demand generation program expertise.
Strategic Vision
The knowledge, experience, track record of business goal attainments.
Club & Sales Incentive
Annual paid journeys for individual and team performance.