Position Vacant: Key Account Manager

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Located in Erina and Sydney NSW, with an exciting product that solves a significant problem for our customers, we are looking to focus on the promotion of our compliance tools (www.compliancequarter.com.au).

About you

We are seeking individuals with sales and account management experience.

Ideally, you will have:

  • 2+ years hands on experience with software (SaaS) sales;
  • Some experience in complimentary areas such as the development of sales collateral and press releases;
  • A passion and interest in areas such as NLP / technology;
  • An understanding of the working environment found in a start-up; and
  • Self-direction and drive.

In your application please set out salary expectation, relevant experience and any relevant qualifications.

You will be located in either the Central Coast or Sydney office.


Attractive salary commensurate with experience. 

No agency contact please.

Email info@compliancequarter.com.au to apply.

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