Do you engage and build rapport quickly with clients and colleagues? Are you motivated by targets and rewards? Getty Images are on the hunt for an experienced sales/account executive to join their Auckland team. You will be a confident outbound sales agent and have a genuine passion for discovering revenue opportunities and closing deals. You thrive working in a target-focused environment where you can earn great commission and will need to able to demonstrate previous success within this area.
Getty Images is the most trusted and esteemed source of visual content in the world, with over 200 million assets available through its industry leading sites. The Getty Images website serves creative, business and media customers in almost 200 countries and is the first-place people turn to discover, purchase and share powerful content for the world’s best photographers and videographers.
What you will need
• Minimum of 3 years relevant outbound or inside sales experience
• Experience consistently meeting or exceeding sales targets
• Aptitude to grow revenue of client base and assigned accounts
• Strong interpersonal, organisational and communication skills
• Proficient MS Office, CRM (ideally Salesforce) and internet user.
What we offer
• An active set of accounts with regular renewals and subscriptions
• A competitive base + commission and a generous benefits package, including 5 weeks annual leave, 12% Kiwi saver and Southern Cross Health Insurance
• An opportunity to grow into an Account Manager role
• Central location within Generator, Britomart office space
For more information, a position description or a confidential discussion, please contact Angela Evans, Recruitment Manager. Angela.Evans@vrpo.co.nz.
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