Trident Search have partnered with a growing MSSP who are looking for experienced cyber security salespeople. It is paramount that you are passionate about delivering genuine value to clients and that you strive to exceed expectations in everything you do. Our customer has an established industry wide reputation for pushing the boundaries of technology that stems almost 30 years.
Our client has a Security Operations Centre based in Peterborough delivering a range of MDR services to customers. Their diverse portfolio of cyber security products and services includes firewall, EDR, cloud, vulnerability management, email, IAM/PAM, SIEM and DDoS mitigation. These are all supported by a broad portfolio of technical and professional services that support their customer’s business needs and priorities.
We are looking for talented, highly motivated, hunter mentality sales consultants to join a dedicated growing Cyber security team. We understand that the key to success is people. For this reason, we are committed to attracting and retaining the best possible candidates. Therefore, we offer a fun, innovative and fast paced environment where career development, reward and recognition are priority.
If you want to join a business passionate about technology and our customers, credible in the market with a stimulating working environment then we want to speak to you.
Hunting new logo business in mid-market customers focused on our MDR services
Cross selling/upselling our MDR services and cyber security portfolio to our existing client base
Generating new business leads via extensive networking and relationship development
Working closely with vendor partner sales contacts to hunt, develop and win new opportunities
Management of own time for calls, networking, travel and preparation of proposals
Delivering tailored pitches and presentations to clients
Working closely with the client to identify requirements and ensure satisfaction
Able to consistently meet/exceed sales quota.
Management of pipeline and forecast using our CRM system