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Higher Education Sales

at Dub Labs in Vienna, VA   —   Jul 04, 2014   |  
Mobile devices are taking over college campuses and schools are looking to respond with intuitive mobile apps.

Now’s your chance to sell one of the hottest tech innovations to a market in high demand and be a part of a young, energetic team looking to make their mark.

Dub Labs, the leading mobile app platform for higher education, is seeking an experienced salesperson to help lead mobile sales efforts to colleges and universities across the country.

The Dub Labs mobile platform has been licensed to over 170 schools and to leading industry partners such as; AT&T, Microsoft, Dell and more

About the position
You will be responsible for working with our team to reach out and introduce our mobile solution to hundreds of schools, CIOs and admissions/marketing offices.

You can work from home or from our bright offices just outside Tysons Corner, VA. We have a small, but enthusiastic sales team who work together to close deals and seek new opportunities.

Ideal Candidate
Is tired of working for large company and dealing with corporate politics
Wants to be a part of smart, small, aggressive sales team
Loves sales, finding new opportunities and working with prospects
Open to learning and leading
Is ready to do something big
Reaching out to prospective schools and partners
Setting up and performing product demos
Persistently following-up with leads and opportunities
Closing deals
Maintaining customer relationship
Has minimum 2 years of higher ed sales experience
Good contacts with schools
Basic understanding of higher ed market
Salary based on experience
Stock options
Health care
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