Learning Technology Sales Representative

McGraw Hill Education is looking for an intellectually curious andself-motivated Learning Technology Sales Representative tojoin our sales team. In this role, you will be responsible for driving digitalproduct sales for our Higher Education Business within your assigned territory(Orange County, California).
Your contribution to the team includes:
Grow the business and maximize the sales of higher education solutions.
Build strong relationships with school leadership, Deans, Provosts, professors, faculty, and administrators - become their trusted advisor for higher education digital tools and continuously identify new opportunities to cultivate partnerships.
Collaborate with college bookstores/business offices and develop relationships with employees.
Work with Editorial and Marketing departments to leverage products and develop new sales tools.
Deliver sales presentations to small and large groups.
Work with Sales Managers to ensure alignment with sales strategy.
What you'll need to be successful:
Bachelor's Degree.
Proven high-achiever with track record of success.
Strong aptitude for sales.
Demonstrates winning attitude.
Excellent presentation and interpersonal skills.
Articulate; Superior communication skills.
Ability to travel - 60-70% of your time will be on the road.
Learning Technology Representatives musthave strong digital skills and the ability to quickly learn and apply newtechnologies. A candidate who has the ability to work in a dynamic/complexenvironment and poses an entrepreneurial spirit is most likely to succeed inthis role.
Why work for McGraw-Hill Education? You'll have theopportunity to unlock your potential, both professional and personally.Click here to learn more!

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