Would you like to put your hard-earned degree to work right now building a career that will help you achieve your goals?
Every raging fire starts with a spark, and at Mailprotector, the spark in our sales engine is the Partner Identification Manager. In this critical role you will be part private investigator and part good will ambassador as you connect with potential channel partners. You will create an excellent first impression for Mailprotector and build quick phone rapport with key individuals as you probe for pain points and growth opportunities. Once you identify where Mailprotector can help, you will wrap up by connecting the potential partner with a Partner Engagement Manager.
Success as a Partner Identification Manager can propel you into a rewarding and lucrative sales and business development career, so if you like to work hard, connect with people and grow professionally, this may be the role for you.
This might be a good fit if you:
Who we are and What we do:
The Mailprotector team provides messaging security and management services to companies, nonprofits, and governments around the world. We do this exclusively through a network of channel partners who rely on us for this mission critical application. We operate primarily from our headquarters in the historic Ivey's building on Main Street in Greenville, SC and our EMEA office on Midsummer's Blvd in the heart of Milton Keynes, UK.
Other things you should know:
Our interview process is more involved and thorough than you think it will be. This helps us make sure we find you the right seat on the bus.
We're going to pay much more attention to your cover letter than your resume.
We're first and foremost a team; but that doesn’t mean this is a place to blend in. We are looking for creative, intelligent, opinionated, hardworking teammates who want their efforts and input to matter.
If you think you might be a fit for this role and for our team then we’d love to talk. Please submit your resume and bespoke cover letter. We’ll be back in touch if we think there might be a reason to talk further.