Traitify is looking for sales professionals able to embrace the opportunity to sell truly disruptive, patented technology to HR professionals. Our software leverages decades worth of psychological research on personality in the workplace, uniquely transforming that data to provide operational and actionable insights to reduce turnover, improve tenure, create better internal teams and transfers, and increase hiring acumen.
Quickly learn the Traitify value proposition and sales process
Become an expert in demonstrating our software solutions, both online and F2F
Secure business from both Company provided target lists, and self generated leads for organizations with similar hiring and retention challenges
Represent Traitify at industry trade shows
Document sales progress in our CRM platform
Attend meetings or training sessions, as required
Participation in required virtual meetings
Provide input to senior management on market observations, strategy, competition, etc.
Ability to work independently and productively from home office
Minimum 2 years successful quota based selling experience, up to 5 years preferred
Excellent verbal and written skills
Ability to articulate the Traitify value proposition with passion and conviction
Research skills to learn, strategize, and provide insights about prospects and industries
Ability to identify prospect companies where business can be secured quickly
Comfort in closing 6 figure deals, often requiring sales interaction with C level executives
Proven team player with an entrepreneurial, “can do” attitude
Undergraduate degree strongly preferred
Formal sales training not required, but added plus
Vision, Medical, Dental
Equity consideration at Year 1 anniversary
Company paid vacation
IRA with Company contribution
Traitify makes personality data accessible by companies looking to better understand their users in order to deliver more personalized recommendations and content. Founded in 2011, Traitify has developed a patented methodology by which unique personality profiles are created by users choosing “Me” or “Not Me” when presented with a series of images.