Sales Enablement Manager

Tech startup job vacancies at StretchSense
  • Do you enjoy training a sales team?
  • Would you like to work in the AR/VR Field?
  • Do you understand the sales requirements of a B2B sales environment?

Applications close: 7 February 2021

Background

The natural way to interact with augmented and virtual reality will be with your hands. StretchSense is developing incredible gloves based on soft and stretchy sensor technology for the future of human-machine interaction. Our first product is a motion capture glove specifically designed for animators that need perfect finger data for movies and games.

About you:

You are a strong generalist confident in both sales, marketing and product development. You are known for being the ‘go-between’ person based on your ability to easily speak the language of the three functions. You are seeking a career where you can make a difference by watching a team of reps grow and achieve their career goals. 

Responsibilities

  • Work closely with the sales, marketing and support teams to create training materials on the evolving MoCap Pro Glove product. 

  • Quickly identify training gaps by working with the Sales Manager and create materials to plug in these gaps. 

  • Run weekly training sessions with the StretchSense sales team on new product features.

  • Train StretchSense industry partners on new product features

Must-haves

  • Strong passion and initiative for finding out how new technologies work

  • Strong admin skills

  • Ability to manage different personalities in a sales team

  • Excellent communicator and listener

  • Good eye for detail

  • Experience in training team members

Nice to haves

  • Previous experience in sales enablement

  • Previous experience selling tech in a B2B environment

Location

  • Physically-based in New Zealand. 

You must have the right to work in New Zealand. 

The application form will include these questions:

  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand?
  • Do you have experience in a sales role?
  • How many years of sales management experience do you have?
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