Lots of new customer discovery and communication. Likely a bit of travel within California.
In conjunction with our Sales Operations Manager, continue development of our CRM and generate best-practices for subsequent Sales Development Representatives.
Managing and expand existing sales pipelines.
Developing and updating sales collateral (i.e. decks, handouts, social media content, etc.) as appropriate.
Scheduling and attending sales meetings.
Working closely with the executive team to execute NDA’s and contracts.
Following industry trends and news as it relates to your work and provide summaries of impactful information to the executive team.
2+ years of applicable B2B sales and/or business development experience.
Experience with CRM’s and their purpose. Experience with HubSpot preferred.
Fluency in G-Suite (primarily Gmail and Calendar) and Office products (primarily excel and word).
Superior written and verbal communication skills.
Very strong time management and organizational skills and attention to detail.
Quick to learn and adapt.
Basic understanding of forklifts and cargo handling equipment is helpful but not required.
An interest in renewable energy, alternative transportation, and clean tech.
Salaried + Commission position designed to grow with the company. Significant upside potential with an opportunity to create long term residual income.
Paid time off and holidays. Annual Professional Development budget.
Small team culture and true ownership of your work.
A truly motivated, passionate, and talented team.
Start-up with growth potential
About e-Mission Control
e-Mission Control designs, manages, and executes electricity consumption data products for forward-thinking on- and off-road vehicle fleet operators. We partner with owners and operators of zero-emission vehicles and equipment along the West Coast, located at airports, seaports, retailers, grocers, campuses, distribution facilities, and many others.
At e-Mission Control, we understand that the management and reliability of data shaping transportation incentive programs around the world are extremely important in smoothing the transition to a green economy. Industries most impacted by transportation and mobility-related greenhouse gas emissions are often the ones that need the most support navigating complex regulatory provisions and reporting necessary to participate. This concept underpins our commitment to democratizing access and engagement in these state administered low-carbon initiatives, so that the resulting financial and environmental benefits reach stakeholders who might otherwise be overlooked.