As a Sales Development Representative (SDR) you will have the opportunity to impact the bottom line and create new business opportunities for Marvel.
You’ll be finding and qualifying high potential leads, and will pass them to an Account Executive to take forward. Your role determines the success and pace of growth of the entire company – developing the pipeline of future paying customers.
This is an entry level role which is perfect for someone who recently graduated and/or has 1-2 years of experience working in a SaaS / tech companies.
We have a welcoming, supportive and diverse team, and we invest in our people - we are committed to giving you the opportunities and any training you need to succeed.
If this sounds like you then get in touch!
- Qualification of prospects - understanding the prospect’s goals, role and business needs
- Source meetings (in person, phone or web demos) for Enterprise sales
- Identify potential perfect fit opportunities from within our pool of existing users and daily signups
- Collaboration with sales, marketing, CX and the wider customer team
- Market research to identify new potential customers and leads
- Exceptional communication skills, both on the phone and in writing
- Ability to build rapport with potential customers quickly, warm phone manner
- You’re extremely driven, and love hitting targets, but know the difference between being persuasive and being pushy, always putting the customer experience first
- Fantastic organisational and time management skills
- You’re a team player and fun to be around
- An interest in the design and UX landscape is a plus
- £28-£35k salary
- 30 days holiday
- Share options
- Pension scheme (4% employer contribution)
- Private health insurance
- Enhanced parental leave for all genders
- 4 days extra paid time off for parents
- Monthly education budget
- Team socials, activities and lunches
- Free therapy and career guidance through Spill
We are committed to treating all candidates fairly and with respect, irrespective of their actual or assumed background, disability or any other protected characteristic. If you have a learning difficulty such as dyslexia, a medical condition or individual need - which you believe may affect your performance at interview - we'll be happy to make adjustments to our process to enable you to perform at your best.