Sales Enablement Specialist

Mountain View, California

2019-01-17 Chronicle

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The ideal candidate will have a strong sales background, with experience in high-level curriculum development. This role requires a well-rounded individual who has excellent organizational and interpersonal skills as well as a proven track record in enablement and training programs. Excellent project management, solid facilitation skills and broad execution capabilities will be required. This creative, self-starting candidate should have top-notch customer-facing skills and the ability to work well with and gain the respect of other sales personnel.  This person will build our enablement practice including curriculum, training and systems/tools, always thinking about scalability and ways to multiply impact.

Responsibilities

  • Develop and own the onboarding process for all sales roles
  • Work cross functionally to create curriculum and content for training
  • Design and manage all enablement content
  • Design scalable model including technology for training sales, partners and customers
  • Design curriculum and contact that can be repurposed for internal and external trainings

Minimum Qualifications

  • 2 years of enablement experience
  • 5 years of total work experience
  • Experience in project management with cross functional teams

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience designing and implementing new tools and systems
  • Sales experience with either direct customers or channel
  • Experience working in cybersecurity

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