Job DetailsFull-time17 hours ago
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent practical experience.
5 years of sales experience.
Experience with a CRM database.
Experience in the Telecom or ISP industry, with an understanding of the multifamily real estate industry.
Experience negotiating legal agreements.
Experience mentoring teammates and/or managing a team.
Experience working with financial models, with ability to analyze and evaluate opportunities.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
About the job
The Google Fiber Inventory Acquisition team is responsible for business-to-business partnerships with the Real Estate industry that secure the rights for Google Fiber to install our infrastructure and access potential customers (including multifamily/apartment/condo, multi-tenant/commercial/office, and single family/HOA/private road entities). In this role, you will either prospect, or be given assigned partners and/or geographies to help increase the number of households that have the ability to order Google Fiber services.
“My internet is too fast!” …said no one, ever. Google Fiber’s mission is to deliver abundant internet on networks that are always fast and always open with products that are easy to understand and clearly priced. We believe that customers deserve a better internet experience and everything we do is focused on providing just that. On our team, you’ll work in a fast-paced environment that’s challenging the status quo in the Internet industry.
Own relationships with Google Fiber partners and their C-level executives who own portfolios of properties
Leverage in-depth knowledge of sales and relationship development to complete advanced account responsibilities, and manage more complex challenges with sophisticated partners
Utilize CRM data to develop business strategies and make recommendations (i.e. allocate resources more effectively)
Achieve quarterly business goals, provide updates and forecasts to the metro Lead, Head of Sales, and regional General Manager as needed
Display knowledge of Google Fiber’s network and technical deployment, and convey to partners and coach teams on this knowledge
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