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Sales Engineer

Sales Engineer

Can you walk the fine line between commercial and technical conversations?


Our client has a disruptive SaaS solution, with a huge focus on optimizing complex data sets. Market leading: fastest lead enriching speed and performance against competitors. Currently working with big name clients such as Oracle, AWS, HP, Fiat and Stripe.


The Job

  • Support the sales team, as you aim to win new medium and large clients across the US.
  • You’ll be a tech expert – providing demonstrations and proving ROI to C-level contacts.
  • Build scalable processes and recommend how the clients can make best use of the SaaS product.


About You

  • Must have 2-3 years’ experience as a Sales Engineer for a SaaS vendor.
  • Experience working with a data-related platform or marketing technology, would be a huge advantage.
  • Understands what it’s like to work in a fast-paced start-up.
  • Comfortable presenting to C-suite clients.



  • $110k-$115k base salary.
  • Flexible working and generous holiday package.
  • Private healthcare.
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After lunch, our target markets have risen, and so your duties will shift to maximising time with people on the phone. This will involve:

Business development
You’ll take the details gathered in the morning to reach out to new prospects, which may include phoning prospects, then booking in Zoom calls after.

Following up
Some clients and candidates will need a bit of chasing after you’ve spoken to them. This might involve getting interview feedback.

As for the candidates you previously headhunted who haven’t yet responded on LinkedIn, you’ll reach out to them again.

Wrapping up
You’ll perhaps confirm interviews, send calendar invites or proposals for retained projects. There will be a team debrief, and you’ll reflect to enable goal setting for the next day.


Mornings are when all our clients, candidates and prospects are asleep, so this is our preparation time. This consists of mostly marketing activities:

Goal setting
Goal setting for what you will get out of the day is a crucial part of how we work. You should note that things change, so midweek you may have to tweak it to stay on track.

Overnight there may have been offers made, interview feedback, responses to marketing emails, or calls booked in. You’ll reply to these, so recipients will see it first thing their time.

You’ll use the likes of Crunchbase, LinkedIn and ZoomInfo to discover exciting companies and their people’s details in our niche, and the best candidates to network with.

Build projects
This is gathering all the information from the previous step. You’ll set up email campaigns with tailored messaging, as well as create bespoke video pitches.