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Enterprise Account Executive

Greater New York City Area Full Time

Wade & Wendy is building conversational AI chatbots to improve the hiring process. We equip companies and people with insights and recommendations to make more informed hiring decisions. Named a Top NYC Startup by Built In NYC, Wade & Wendy has also been featured in Techcrunch, Business Insider, The Washington Post and VentureBeat. Backed by Slack, ffVC, Randstad and others, Wade & Wendy is creating a more engaging and chat-driven hiring experience.

Job Description

We’re looking for a full-cycle enterprise salesperson to take us to outer space: you’ll be helping shape sales strategy and process, build up our sales pipeline and close new business.

We’re focused on the enterprise, so you’ll be working with everyone from C-suite executives to the recruiters using our product on the ground - all to transform the hiring industry.

Everyone is telling you they’re working to change the world – well, we’re changing the way the world works. You’ll spread the word and make it happen.


What have you done? Spent at least 6+ years in B2B sales or accounts (ideally to the enterprise)? Worked in the HR technology space? Sold SaaS or other cloud-based products in a B2B environment? Have experience building sales processes from scratch? Worked cross-functionally (with marketing and product) to develop and execute sales strategy? Experience in strategic marketing, web and in-person demos, targeted outreach? Experience cold-calling? Experience with forecasting and tracking activity in a CRM? Structure complex deals and agreement? Managed the integration process for enterprise software?


Who are you? Are you obsessed with work and the culture of work? Are you obsessed with pushing things forward: self-improvement, learning and changing the world? Do you want get your hands dirty in a startup environment and really build from scratch? Do you love working with smart people to solve hard problems that affect almost everyone?