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Account Executive


We are seeking an Account Executive to join our young, exciting, and fast-paced team. Overall, we are looking for someone who's a self-starter that loves our vision, and who wants to help us grow Design-A-Card.org as quickly as possible. You'll be an integral part of a fast-growing company and -- assuming you do well -- there will be many opportunities for growth and promotion to a more senior role.

We need a resourceful, driven, results-oriented sales professional to help us set, drive, and execute our revenue goals. You'll work closely with our management to set priorities and make key strategic decisions. You'll shape and influence every part of our sales process to roll out a winning strategy that has material impact.

Perks
Great, modern, laid back entrepreneurial office environment
Highly competitive on-target annualized salary:
40k+
Gym membership
Flexible vacation time & paid days off
Responsibilities, Skills, & Experience
Preferred minimum of 1+ year outbound sales experience - not required
Be a highly competitive, self-starter with a target driven attitude
Excellent communication skills - written and verbal
Ability to work in a team environment or on your own initiative
Must have excellent attention to detail and customer service skills
Have no problem with making outbound sales calls and identifying or generating sales leads
Manage portfolio of clients and maintain updated record in our software system
WIN, WIN, WIN - strive to exceed individual & team targets
Ability to take perform ad-hoc duties on individual basis
SPEAK UP - we encourage leadership, risk-taking, and outside the box thinking

Why do we NEED you on our team? Creative, outside-the-box supplementary materials highly encouraged.

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