Sales Development Representative (SAAS/Healthtech)

at ESO (View all jobs)
Austin, Texas , Austin, Texas, United States

How You’ll Support Our Mission 

The ideal candidate will have high energy, drive, and perseverance. The primary role of the Sales Development Representative is to prospect for new customers by calling, emailing, networking & working with our outside sales team to strategically generate interest.  

Reporting to the Director of Outside Sales, you will be a part of our Sales team based in our Austin, Texas office.

What You’ll Be Doing - the day to day 

  • Heavily prospect to build and maintain a pipeline of quality leads  
  • Partner with Regional Account Executive’s to cultivate new business opportunities 
  • Learn the sales process at ESO; work to understand the sales cycle from beginning to end  

Who You Are - the essentials  

  • A naturally high achiever with a focus on hitting and exceeding goals  
  • Open to feedback, genuinely curious and constantly looking for ways to learn & improve
  • Strong capacity to articulate industry-specific value proposition to address common pain points
  • Must be resilient, need to be ok with hearing “no” and driving forward 

Who You Are - the desirables  

  • Previous military, EMS or Fire experience  
  • Public speaking or cold calling  


Benefits & Perks 


ESO offers a comprehensive suite of benefits to promote health and financial security for our employees and their families.  For full-time employment you this includes: 

-          Competitive health plans (medical, dental, & vision insurance) 

-          PTO (starting at 20 days) & 12 company holidays 

-          401(k) with company match 

-          Telemedicine service provided by ESO 

-          Savings accounts (FSA, HSA, DCA) 

-          Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 

-          Annual health and wellness and education reimbursements 

-          Peace of mind benefits such as life insurance, disability insurance, and worksite benefits 

-          Paid parental leave, new child program, & flexible parental return-to-work options 

-          Casual office environments and unlimited office snacks and drinks 

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