This is a rare opportunity for a disciplined and ambitious graduate to get in on the ground-floor of a fast moving and well supported digital health business.
Based in Soho London, you will be part of a small but expanding sales team, working across a range of corporate and public sector verticals at the highest levels. You will be responsible for proactively seeking out and winning new business as well as developing existing accounts and will require:
● A determined and outgoing mindset
● A solid work ethic and the ability to learn quickly on the job
● An eye for detail, with excellent verbal, written and organisational skills
The position is ideal for a confident graduate seeking a first job in business development or for someone with experience in recruitment or events telesales who is now looking for a more nuanced product to develop and market.
Benefits include: solid base salary, unlimited commission, share options, Soho office, great team, free use of holiday home near the surf in Portugal.
Compensation: £20K – £40K, plus options
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What We're Building
StepJockey promotes wellness in office buildings of all types by labelling stairs for calorie burn and gamifying stair use.
Using the latest near field technologies, StepJockey's unique smart signs and gamification platform enable employers to make their offices visibly healthier and more active without the need for large-scale capital investment. Benefits include:
more active and engaged employees
quantifiable time, energy and carbon savings
rich-data for wellness and CSR reporting
StepJockey was seed-funded by the UK Department of Health and is VC backed. It has labelled more than 11,000 staircases in over 100 countries. Clients include Deloitte, Barclays, KPMG, Jones Lang LaSalle, Lloyds of London, P&G, and Visa as well a growing number of public authorities.
B2B sales are driven through B2C engagement and a growing number of distribution partnerships. StepJockey has been featured by the BBC, Mail Online, Fast Company, the Telegraph, France 2, FM World and more.