Position
Inside Sales Lead


Recruiter
Sharegain


Location
London


Salary
Competitive


Date
05 May 2017


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We are looking for an inside sales lead for our London office, selling a complex, high-value Fintech solution to C-level executives of buy-side financial firms.

The successful person will work closely with our head of sales, hitting and exceeding their sales targets and being rewarded accordingly, while building and managing the inside sales team as the company grows.

Our ideal candidate should have the charisma but not the ego to make a good impression, be a self-starter who doesn’t need continuous guidance, and be comfortable to think strategically and execute creatively in a rapidly changing environment with limited resources.

Are you the one we are looking for?

Mindset

Grit

No Fear

Team Player

Hunger to sell

Love of cold calling

Willingness to learn

Out-of-the-box thinker

Skills

Likeable people person

Captivating phone presence

Exemplary listening and presentation skills

Willingness and capability to lead and manage

Ability to strategize, prioritize and execute accordingly

Charismatic, convincing and utterly trustworthy

The best verbal and written communications skills
Experience

Experience of high-value inside sales to C-level executives & principals

Experience of working with UHNWI & Family Offices


Company description

Sharegain is an innovative Fintech firm democratising the $2 Trillion securities lending market, opening-up the opportunity for private investors to lend their securities and enhance returns on them via our automated, simple and transparent platform. Our technology allows investors to take control of their portfolios and generate additional returns, regardless of how they perform; enabling wealth to work harder, for those who create and manage it.
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