VICE PRESIDENT, SALES, edX, to help propel edX growth and play an integral part in developing and executing its sales and sales operations. Responsibilities include building, leading, and managing a high-performing sales, sales operations, and business development team; representing edX's products, vision, value proposition, and solutions to U.S. and international audiences; creating and delivering external internal and external presentations; providing thought leadership on the direction of the industry to inform edX strategy and planning; developing sales and business development strategy; designing and implementing highly scalable and effective processes and systems to measure activity and effectiveness; championing edX education experiences that would solve customer, corporate, and government learning challenges; creating and implementing OKRs and targets, both for operational effectiveness and financial results; designing incentives and compensation plans to align interests to key result targets; and meeting team and individual sales and business development goals by identifying opportunities and driving them from inception to closure.
REQUIRED: strong track record of building and leading high performing sales, sales operations, and business development teams and achieving goals; at least ten years' experience, including at least five in leadership roles; desire to understand educational trends; proven ability to motivate teams to achieve clearly defined goals; high-level analytical and problem solving skills; and ability to effectively communicate and influence at all levels of edX and partner organizations. Experience in or understanding of a rapidly growing startup culture would be ideal. Seek results-oriented individual who can embrace edX culture, leadership style, and competencies; grow and lead a team; and pivot where the market or team may require. Job #14736-S
Must be able to travel about 25% of the time.
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