With today's volatile job market, are you coming across as desperate or aggressive in your job search? Desperate times call for desperate measures. However, at what point do you cross the line of desperation and no longer appeal to the company you have worked so hard to impress. Sales professionals are competitive, strive to beat out their competition, and do not like to hear no for an answer.
Worldwide Software leader growing at a rapid pace. As a strategic partner with Dell, HDS, EMC, NetApp, etc. and leader in their space this dynamic company is experiencing explosive growth due to technology and innovation. This is a high level Business Development positon managing one of the largest technology manufactures in Massachusetts.
This organization is a growing software company that is considered a leader in its industry. They have grown through acquisitions and have the world's most recognized companies as their clients. This organization has achieved 40% year-over-year growth and is looking to add to their sales team. This opportunity is calling for a successful sales representative to call on key stake holders, build a pipeline and close business.
There is a very strong uptick in the market and companies are looking to aggressively build their sales force. The significant amount of competition in the market right now means companies need to hire if they want to outdo their competitors. Those that are too slow or not aggressive enough regarding compensation are losing the battle to recruit top talent. Counter offers are back and companies with fast moving recruitment processes are winning.
In spite of the economy and unemployment level organizations are looking for strong salespeople but few are actually available. It is getting harder and harder to find sales individuals that can consistently hit sales quotas while also keeping themselves up to spend on product sets, changing markets, and industries. As a result, it is common to see a top sales candidate considering multiple job offers when they decide to search.
Finding top talent and hiring top talent are two different things. There are plenty of companies out there that know how to find talent but not as many know how to effectively hire that talent. In this market, there are plenty of candidates who are looking for better opportunities and the best of those candidates are being selective with how they chose their next role.
Let's be honest. You wouldn't be in sales if making money was not high on your priority list. After all, sales jobs are tough and a lot of people cannot handle the long hours and stress that you have become accustomed to. Your ability to do a job that others cannot makes you a highly sought after employee and that's why you are highly compensated.