Corporate Development Representative

Charlotte, NC
Full Time
Courser - Charlotte, NC
Who we are  
COURSER is partnership platform that helps technology service companies identify and take the next step in growth. Our organization has a strong company culture built on our values of Teamwork, Service, Growth-Minded, Trust, and Innovative. Our team dedicates their time working together to provide phenomenal experience for our customers. Be ready to join a fast-paced, ever-evolving IT company that is bringing on new customers and team members to continue strong growth into the future. 
Corporate Development Representative
We are looking for a Corporate Development Representative to act as the tip of the spear in identifying and developing a relationship with target acquisitions across the country. You will seek new target companies for Courser to partner with by contacting and developing relationships with potential targets. 
Your day to day 
  • Qualify leads from marketing campaigns as potential opportunities. 
  • Contact potential targets through calls, emails, and social connections.
  • Proactively seek new business opportunities and ways of contacting targets in the market. 
  • Identify target interests and driving motivations and set up meetings between potential targets and the VP of Corporate Development or other Courser leadership.
  • Maintain our CRM, Salesforce, and track target discussion progress and follow ups
  • Report weekly/monthly/quarterly activity (# of targets contacted via calls, emails, LinkedIn) to the VP of Corporate Development.
  • Stay up-to-date with Courser’s growth and initiatives through interactions with Courser’s management team.
Your experience 
  • Preferred experience with SalesForce as a CRM
  • Motivated and competitive sales professional. You are driven by winning situations and pushing yourself to positive results. 
  • Ability to communicate effectively over the phone and basic computer skills.  
  • Energized about telling the Courser story. 
  • Is exceptional at prioritizing and managing your time in an extremely fast-paced, dynamic environment. 
  • Intrigued at the prospect of contributing to building our company’s inorganic growth strategy and growing by way of acquisition. 
  • Fluent in Office 365 applications. 
  • Holds a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
What we do for you 
At COURSER we prioritize our employees’ personal and professional development, offering best in class training, mentorship, and opportunities for growth through our self-promotion paths. We encourage innovation and challenging the status quo. With teams across the country, we have a wealth of knowledge and a team that is eager to share and grow together.  
Benefit Highlights 
  • Competitive benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance 
  • 401k match  
  • Unlimited Approved PTO after one year (2 weeks your first year) 
  • 10 Holidays including your Birthday and a Floating Holiday 
  • Gym reimbursement  
  • Amazon Prime reimbursement 
  • 40 Hours for Volunteer Time  
  • Paid Maternity and Paternity leave  
  • Paid certifications 
  • Learning and development programs  

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