Who we’re looking for
Hungry for the opportunity to earn bragging rights as the person who closed the meeting for that next big deal everyone in the company is talking about? If that gets your heart racing, we should talk.
That’s because we need your help in getting a seat at the table for our sales team with the most strategic accounts in our market. You’ll need to seamlessly switch from being a sleuth on the internet to crafting pitches to catch the attention of our future customers at some of the largest commercial construction companies in the world.
As a foundational member of the SDR team, you’ll help Fieldwire achieve our aggressive goals for growth, and help create a world class experience for all of the potential customers we talk to.
You’ll also need to be comfortable working on a rocket ship. We plan to grow fast, and in order to keep up with that growth our team will create and work off of defined and measurable objectives.
Desired skills & experience
What you’ll be doing
Fieldwire is growing fast, and we’ll need you to help continue to fuel it by leading the charge as part of our sales development team. You’ll report directly to the director of field sales at Fieldwire and work closely with our marketing & growth teams.
As an SDR, every day will be different, but your core focus remains the same: win the hearts and minds of our most important customers
You’ll accomplish this by:
Fieldwire is a mobile-first field management platform that construction pros count on to easily manage the job site. With its ease-of-use, Fieldwire saves each employee one hour a day by enabling more efficient information sharing from the field to the office.
Construction companies of all sizes use Fieldwire to power clear communication on over 500,000 projects worldwide.
Where is the job located?
This role is based in beautiful San Francisco, CA. Our office is centrally located right off of Union Square. Easily accessible by all forms of public transportation.
Fieldwire is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.