Sales Development Representative

SPIRE RANGES

Sales Development Representative

Springville, UT
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    JOB TITLE: Sales Development Representative

    LOCATION: Springville, Utah

    REPORTS: CEO, Quin Seamons

    DEPARTMENT: Sales

    SCHEDULE: Part Time/Hourly


    We are seeking self-motivated, hardworking, and dedicated individuals. As a Sales Development Representative, you will find and qualify leads for the Territory Managers. SDR’s will be contacting Range Masters, firearms training coordinators, or other key decision makers for law enforcement and commercial shooting ranges.


    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Obtain high quality leads

    • Achieve weekly, monthly, and annual call goals

    • Organize and track leads

    • Make a high volume of calls and manage leads in Spire Ranges CRM

    • Develop strategies and techniques to improve lead engagement and qualification process

    • Contribute to sales and marketing through periodic departmental meetings

    • Other duties as assigned


    COMPENSATION/BENEFITS:

    • Base Rate DOE + Commission

    • Opportunity for growth

    • Flexible schedule

    • Access to work space amenities


    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Experience working in call center sales

    • Previous experience using Salesforce or other CRM software

    • Self-motivated, dependable, and flexible

    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (verbal & written)

    • Ability to think creatively and adapt to changing processes or tasks


    OUR COMPANY

    Spire Ranges is a global provider of small arms indoor and outdoor shooting range equipment designed for commercial, law enforcement, military and government training applications. Based in Springville, Utah we are positioned for rapid growth in a dynamic and evolving industry.


    WORK ENVIRONMENT

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the functions.

    • Traditional office and job-site environments subject to frequent standing and sitting.