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Campground Automation seeks remote Sunrise salesperson

Campground Automation seeks remote Sunrise salesperson

Job Title:    Sincere salesperson
Job Type:   Full time
Location:    Mount Juliet, Tenn.
Pay:             Salary plus commission
Benefits:     Full benefits
Contact:      Jackie Duffy

Who we are:

Outdoor enthusiasts can use technology for anything…except some of their favorite hobbies. We’re solving this problem with an online reservation system named Sunrise. Sunrise makes campsite booking joyfully easy for guests and campground management enjoyable for park staff.

Sunrise is the fastest growing provider of campground management and online reservation software across North America. We’re also leading the way in cloud-based, desktop and mobile software as a service (SaaS) for campgrounds.

We’re an intentionally small company, and we take our time finding the right people who believe in our mission. For us, this isn’t just our job – it’s our passion! We take pride in our work and “own our own stuff.” We work hard to be proactive and solve problems.

But most importantly, we know what good customer service looks and feels like. We’re either going to add value to the market by making campground management and reservations easy, or we’re going to find something else to do.

To quote the great Yoda, “Do. Or Do Not. There is no try!” (Yes, we quoted Star Wars. This is a software company after all, and you can love the outdoors and geeky stuff at the same time. But don’t worry, you don’t need geeky interests to enjoy working here).

Who you are:

You’re the type of person people would describe as both an ambassador and an executive—you can build relationships while staying professional. You can talk to anyone, and you can listen to anyone as well. You also know the appropriate time for each.

You know how to sell anyone anything, but statistics, deals, and sales are second to relationships for you. Meeting customers’ needs comes first. You’re hungry and smart, but you remember that other people are just as smart as you.

Basically, you remember you’re a team player on a team composed of both customers and coworkers.

What you can help us do:

Grow! We love growth. But we exist to improve campgrounds, and that’s where you can help us the most. Selling the Sunrise system is about easing campground management. So after selling the system, you’ll continue to build relationships through follow-up calls and training webinars.

You’ll also encourage customers to use all the features Sunrise offers so they can maximize its use. By helping us build dependable relationships, you’ll ensure that Sunrise makes customers’ lives easier.

What You Need:

  • Bachelor’s degree in sales/business related field
  • Excellent English communication skills, including writing, speaking, and listening
  • Organized and detailed in-work performance
  • Excellent customer service, time management, and interpersonal skills
  • Familiarity with Salesforce or automated marketing in general
  • SaaS experience preferred (because Software as a Service is a beast of its own)
  • A desire to build real, dependable relationships.
  • Willingness to travel around the United States and Canada

Still reading? Fantastic!

We believe in hiring smart people and giving them the support they need. Besides working with a team fueled by a mission, you may also enjoy some of these perks:

  • Telecommute positions
  • Competitive paid time off plan, including holidays and your birthday
  • Health and vision insurance.

If this sounds like the type of position that pumps you up (or at least makes you smile), please send a resume and cover letter to jobs@campgroundautomation.com

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Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report.

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