Field Account Executive
at Fieldwire(View all jobs)
San Francisco (HQ)

Who we’re looking for?

Is figuring out a plan to win an account your company dreams of having as a customer the thing you were born to do? If your answer is yes, keep reading. That's because Fieldwire is changing the way the largest construction companies in the world are propping up our infrastructure. We need your help showing them how Fieldwire will let them take control of their work.

As a Field Account Executive at Fieldwire, you'll own an entire geographic territory and be responsible for winning the hearts and minds of the strategic accounts in your region. You'll work in your assigned area to accomplish your goals, backed by our fully resourced San Francisco headquarters team.

Through events, inbound interest & outbound outreach, you'll identify opportunities and work with sales support teams to win their business as quickly as possible.

If you're hyper-competitive when it comes to personal goals, looking for rocket-ship career growth, and leadership opportunities, we want to talk to you.

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As a Field Account Executive, your goal is simple: win the hearts and minds of our most important customers by demonstrating Fieldwire’s value to their life and business.

You’ll accomplish this by showcasing Fieldwire’s adaptability, ability to scale to projects of any size, and the tremendous return on investment it provides.

Why Fieldwire?

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 remotely and will work out of the Fieldwire HQ in San Francisco, CA


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.