LEGO Systems, Inc. Enterprise Sales Executive in United States
Enterprise Sales Executive
Location USA, Florida state-wide (FL)
Posted Date 09/12/2018
Job ID US7920
Location: Florida, USAJob Category: LENAM Sales
A LEGO Education Enterprise Sales Manager will be a key contributor to the growth and expansion of the LEGO Education business and impact in large school systems nation-wide.
An Enterprise Sales Manager will identify key opportunities for extending the LEGO Education reach within large, complex school systems in a defined region.
The Enterprise Sales Manager will develop a strategic engagement plan for the territory, focused on developing and closing high growth customer opportunities, develop and nurture district-wide adoption success stories, and establish strong, trusted relationships with key stakeholders in the Florida region.
Do you have what it takes to bring sales solutions expertise to the LEGO Education organization?
• Build long-term, trusted relationships with key stakeholders, managing a complex sale that positions LEGO Education as the leader in Hands-on learning experiences in K12
• Provide strategic solutions and understand a complex customer that includes instructional stakeholders, district leadership, community partners, and classroom teachers.
• Create contacts and drive sales process at the large School System level, managing and developing relationships from the senior leadership level of the school, system to the classroom champions.
• Meet and Exceed annual revenue targets, as well as maintain market share and profitability in accordance with annual plans and budget
• Support the process of accurately and smoothly handing off customers from Sales to our Services organization after the close of a complex sale
• Make product presentations to customers and prospects. Follow up all leads and proposals within approved guidelines
• Maintain and Expand LEGO Education initiatives with current customers and build success stories that will generate new customers
• Build goal-aligned solution proposals and pricing that meets both customer and LEGO Education needs.
• Deliver High-Quality solution demonstrations, product presentations, and needs analysis
• Ensure communication to the market adheres to LEGO and LEGO Education framework, guidelines and philosophy
What you’ll need:
• Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 10 years’ professional experience, with a minimum of 5 years consultative sales experience
• Priority given to candidates with proven track record in driving complex sales / consulting solutions to K12 School Systems
• Ability to communicate effectively horizontally and vertically across school systems, from, including district and school leadership, teachers and curriculum leads
• Ability to provide strategic solutions and understand a complex customer that includes instructional stakeholders, district leadership, community partners, and classroom teachers
• Proven ability to engage effectively at the executive-level, both internally and externally
• Can identify market opportunities, cultivate interest, negotiate terms, and close sales
• Impeccable professionalism and excellent relationship management skills
• Demonstrated ability to work independently and be self-motivating, as part of a team in support of strategic and large value accounts
• Ability to handle a high volume of work in a short period of time, handle multiple priorities simultaneously and operate in a demanding work environment is important
• Must be results oriented and demonstrate a proven track record of success.
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Ability to work independently and be self-motivated
• Ability to travel up to 50% to support sales and visits with clients
Join the global family of The LEGO® Group
The LEGO® Group recruits and develops people entirely on merit. If you are confident you have what it takes to succeed in this role – and you share our commitment to creativity, collaboration and quality – use the APPLY NOW button above or below. Please remember to attach your application and a current CV.
BRINGING IT TO LIFE
“Being part of a unique organization within the LEGO Group provides opportunity to directly influence the business, but also require broad financial expertise. You will be close to the business and can clearly see the impact of your work. The culture in LEGO Education is rooted in the ambition to help every student to succeed and reach their full potential” says Head of Finance Business Partnering & Controlling, LEGO Education, Vivi Meidahl Højen.
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