Sales Development Representative (m/f/d)

Job description

We are currently growing our  sales-team and are searching for a Sales Development Representative (SDR) to find and screen potential customers who can benefit from our product.

The ideal candidate will be someone who has strong communication skills, has a strong desire and ability to move up within a sales organization and who is excited about working in a fast-paced and agile young company.


What you’ll be doing


  • Generate leads and build relationships by nurturing prospects and finding new potential sales outlets
    • Manage and maintain a pipeline of interested prospects and engage sales executives for next steps
    • Identify best practices to refine the company’s lead generation playbook
      • Utilize Hubspot to generate new sales opportunities
      • Build trusting relationships with prospects to qualify leads as sales opportunities
      • Set up meetings or calls between (prospective) customers and sales executives
      • Report to sales manager with weekly, monthly, and quarterly results


      Job requirements

      Your strength

      • Prior experience as a sales development rep with a track record of achieving sales quotes (B2B SaaS is a +)
      • Strong communication skills via phone and email
        • Proficiency with HubSpot or other CRM software
        • Proven creative problem-solving approach and strong analytical skills
        • You’re pragmatic, agile, high-energy and enjoy multi-tasking.
        • You’re always looking for ways to improve the way in which the team works
        • German and English required.


        Why you'll want this role

        • You’ll put your name to a product with enormous global potential.
        • We have a casual work environment, great culture and strong team.
        • Ambitious projects with a high learning curve
        • Young and dynamic team with a clear vision of growth
        • Modern office environment in the heart of Berlin


        We’ll be in touch for a brief phone chat before organizing face to face meetings, so you’ll get a chance to ask questions at that point.