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The Opportunity

Halifax, NS, CA Sales and Business Development Experienced Full-time

We're an eHealth startup. At Boondoc, we build clinical social networks that allow healthcare professionals to share ideas and questions, access a variety of resources and consult in real-time. Our networks shorten the distance between questions and their answers. The result? Better health outcomes.

Because we are growing rapidly, we're looking for a Strategic Partnerships Coordinator to achieve our current business goals and to ensure we have the flexibility to commit to future ambitions. Boondoc Technologies is offering a challenging opportunity to learn and grow within an ever changing environment that encourages the continuous growth of its employees.

The ideal person is:

Competitive - You'll be in an incredibly fast-paced environment; startup life isn't easy - does that scare you or get your juices flowing?

Quota Driven ? You have the 'hunter' mentality to meet and exceed monthly and quarterly sales and lead objectives.

A Planner ? You will develop and document strategies to build a pipeline of leads.

Detail and Goal Driven ? Can you find that needle in a haystack? And if not on your first try, will you keep looking until you find it?

A Change-Maker - Here's a big one - at Boondoc we work tirelessly at our mission to fundamentally change the way that physicians communicate with each other and access life-saving information. Healthcare will be forever changed because of your work, is that cool with you?

What you'll do

Responsibilities

The Strategic Partnerships Coordinator is responsible for assisting the business development team with both user acquisition and sales lead generation. With direction from the VP Sales & Marketing, he/she will be required to maximize user acquisition and lead generation for The Rounds (physicians), QID (pharmacists) and The Clerks (medical students) by targeting associations and individual thought leaders within Canada and abroad.

This role requires an intrinsic drive to overcome obstacles and to document new solutions and tactics for acquiring users, sales and prospecting potential clients in new and emerging markets. Using Boondoc's sales processes the strategic partnerships coordinator will populate sales pipelines to develop and improve sales efficiencies with a heavy focus on the prospecting and lead generation activities.

The strategic partnerships coordinator will work closely with the entire business development team and will be expected to seamlessly integrate into already established business development processes.

Independent thinking is encouraged to ensure status quo is challenged with well-researched discussion. Travel may be required which could include conference attendance, client pitches, and other activities related to strategic partnerships and sales.

What you'll need

Qualifications

Experience: 2 to 3 years experience in a similar role.
Education: Bachelor Degree
  • 2-3 years Customer Service/Inside Sales experience
  • The ability to call people ? on the phone, book appointments and keep things moving.

We're looking for

Core Skills

Team Player Organized Multi-tasker Strategic Partnerships Sales Process Customer Service Healthcare Business Development Sales

A little bit about us

Boondoc Technologies

We're an eHealth startup. Boondoc Technologies securely connects healthcare professionals across specialties and across the country in real-time.

We are currently the largest online community for Canadian physicians, generating thousands of collaborations and discussions every month in The Rounds, our flagship product. Other networks include QID, a dynamic community for pharmacists and The Clerks, for medical students.

These clinical social networks allow healthcare professionals to share ideas and questions, access a variety of resources and consult in real-time.

Are you interested?

Work With Us

Perks:

Competitive salary

Stock options

Health benefits

Gym membership

Lots and lots of Apple products just for you!

Fun/energetic team - we just get sh*t done