2019 Spring/Summer Sales Internship ($17/hr)

internship - part time, paid

H1
New York, NY
Closed
Posted 54 Days ago
H1
New York, NY
internship - part time, paid
Posted 54 Days ago
Closed

Description

This role will be focused on setting up meetings with potential customers by educating them about H1 offerings, which help healthcare and life science companies make informed scientific decisions through access to critical data. Details H1 is the first company to arm healthcare and life science companies with on-demand, live insights from across the data universe to accelerate the discovery and development of therapies to fight diseases Responsibilities: - Navigate organizations of different sizes to identify prospects that fit our offering - Use your domain experience to help mold and continue to optimize our ICPs - Develop high-performing outbound business development campaigns centered around our different offerings, geared towards specific ICPs - A/B test and optimize our outbound efforts - Using a blended approach, qualify leads and get them excited about how our offering will provide them value

Skills

microsoft excel, business development, microsoft access, healthcare, campaigns, focus, recruiting, human resources, social networking, facebook, social media, social media marketing, social recruiting, high-volume recruiting, conducting interviews

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