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Sales Development Representative

Filevine is a fast-growing software startup that is currently hiring sales development representatives (SDRs). Individuals who join our team will be a part of an exciting environment with plenty of opportunities for growth within the company.

The Sales Development department at Filevine is the outbound sales generation engine who prospect new clients, establish relationships and set sales appointments for account executives. Our SDRs love what they do. However, it isn’t easy. This is a competitive environment that is not suited for individuals who take their employment lightly. Only apply if you are hungry and driven.

You will be responsible for many tasks including, but not limited to:

  • Generating, nurturing, and qualifying new business through prospecting
  • Fielding, handling, and/or distributing incoming leads
  • Provide pre-sales support in conjunction with your Sales Director to drive opportunities through the Sales Cycle to ultimate closure
  • Effectively demonstrate Filevine solutions to prospective clients over the phone, in person, and at trade shows
  • Work closely with Account Executives to close qualified opportunities, and ultimately achieve sales targets
  • Representing at trade shows and customer events
  • Accurately report all sales activity, opportunity status, lead conversion and deal status within the Sales Cycle through Salesforce CRM


  • Highly motivated
  • Sales experience
  • Teachable
  • Technologically competent
  • Results driven
  • Strong people skills and good communication

Company Perks:

  • Competitive compensation and benefits package
  • Open office working atmosphere
  • Laptop upon hire
  • Free snacks and drinks
  • Ergonomic and height-adjustable workstations
  • Opportunity to learn from a dedicated leadership team
  • Dynamic, rapidly growing company, focused on helping organizations thrive

Job Type:

Full-time salaried

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