Some other typical roles in the sales industry are as follows -
- Regional Sales Manager
Sales managers and regional sales managers are in charge of teams of SDRs, reps, and account managers.
You’ll manage sales territory and set individual quotas and team goals, as well as evaluate data, conduct sales training, and call evaluations.
You may also be involved in employee recruitment, hiring, and firing.
Depending on your organization’s hierarchy, you may also be required to represent your team in executive and company-wide meetings.
You’ll need three years of sales experience, with some management expertise thrown in for good measure.
You may have worked as an account executive or managed a small team of SDRs, and you should be comfortable driving a budget and monitoring team performance.
- Sales Engineer
“Pre-sales support,” “systems engineer,” and “field consultant” are all terms used to describe these individuals.
Engineers’ technical expertise is combined with a traditional rep’s business acumen and selling talents to create sales engineers.
Because it’s such a potent—and rare—combination, there’s a lot of demand for them.
As a sales engineer, you’ll help salespeople provide demos, answer in-depth product inquiries, work with prospects to establish their technical needs, convey those needs to your sales, engineering, and/or product teams, and write technical components of proposals and contracts.
If you want to put your technical knowledge and interpersonal abilities to the test, this job is for you. you will be spending a lot of time in front of consumers, you’ll need excellent active listening, presentation, and communication skills.