Careers

Location: Austin, TX

Description
WootCloud is looking for an entry level SDR to join our young and energetic company looking to make a mark in the device security space with our unique offering. We are a small team growing fast – you’ll get to help build an operation from the ground up under the guidance of people who have done it before. It will be hard work, but it will also be a lot of fun!

You will have direct access to the Sr Director, Marketing, dedicated sales leadership, and the executive team to support you in your role.

What We’re Looking For

  • 1- 2 years’ experience making outbound calls (past experience in a Sales Development or Business Development role)
  • Organized, Persistent, Friendly, Hardworking
  • 4-year bachelor’s degree preferred
  • US Citizen or Permanent Resident (we will not sponsor at this time)
  • Bonus: if you have experience in a SaaS company working with Salesforce

What You Will Do

  • Build lead lists and initiate outbound sales conversations via phone, email, and social media
  • Develop relationships, nurture, and create qualified meetings for Regional Sales Directors each month, and each quarter to help them build pipeline
  • Learn and maintain in-depth knowledge about our product and the device security industry
  • Consistently achieve daily activity goals in monthly quotas.
  • Collaborate with the Demand Generation leader to develop and refine processes and strategies.

About WootCloud:
WootCloud is the only smart device security platform that can uncover all types of unmanaged devices by scanning both the radio and network spectrum, and also provide critical context about each device by analyzing over 300 device parameters to generate a unique device identifier & risk rating which generates a device risk score rating. This device score helps organizations discover gaps in their device risk posture and the opportunity to close these gaps.

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