Enterprise Account Executive
Sales & Business Development
Miami, FL, USA
Posted on Friday, November 25, 2022
Teller builds APIs that enable developers to safely and reliably connect their apps with their users' financial accounts. We have a reputation for quality product and engineering excellence, and despite being relatively early stage we have some of the best fintechs in the world like Ramp, Brex, Pipe, and Capchase depending on our product.
Teller is backed by leading Silicon Valley investors such as Founders Fund, SciFi, Craft, and Lightspeed Venture Partners.
The Account Executive Role
You will be the first or one of the first sales professionals at Teller, meaning that there is little to no process, playbook, or motion already defined for you. It's your job to create it. If you are someone that's used to selling from behind a well-known logo and being a cog in a well oiled go-to-market machine do not apply for this job, you will not be successful here (although feel free to come back in 12-18 months). However, if you want to roll your sleeves up, work your backside off, work directly with the CEO, and be promoted and progressed as far as your aptitude and ability allows, then this might be the place for you.
Teller has already attained millions of dollars in annualized revenue just on founder sales alone. Imagine what we could do with real professionals like you.
- You have experience selling in $50,000 - $500,000 ACV
- You finish the quarter at the top of the leaderboard
- You are hyper-competitive
- You can sell end-to-end, from prospecting to closing
- You find a way
- You behave like an owner
- You want to fulfil your potential
- You are either based in Miami or willing to move there
- You have the existing right to work in the USA
If Teller sounds interesting to you, please click the "Apply for this job" button below and fill out our short application form. We reply to every well considered application as quickly as we can.
Competitive salary plus target equity.
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