Authentise is seeking a young, dynamic, additive-savvy account executive to help companies to digitize their additive operations even further. You’ve most likely got a background in additive and know some of the key players. You might not have a lot of professional experience. That’s ok, we do: You’ll be joining an established sales team with great processes. But it’s lean, which means you get a first hand grip at pretty much everything you want. And our processes, though great, can always be improved – so we expect you not only to question, but simply to “do”.
You want to prove yourself, and get paid? This is a *commission-based* role so don’t get too distracted by the base below.
This is a great role for an energetic, determined individual, constantly striving to grow and for perfection but quite accepting of the fact that the latter might not always be achieved. You’re comfortable with yourself, an extrovert and happy in making new friends of strangers. You may have previously considered consulting: We work at the edge of what additive manufacturing is currently doing, so you need to be able to push people to think in new ways but at the same time be able to understand the needs of people in detail. Because we work with larger companies, you’ll be accompanying them throughout their journey with us (identification, sales, contracting, testing, usage).
In summary, you’re:
– steeped in additive manufacturing
– outgoing, eager to learn, and energetic
– self-directed and willing to take on leadership
– excited about pushing the boundaries with your clients.
We’re a friendly bunch in a small team. Pretty focused an proud that we’re financing ourselves with income from customers. Most of our team is based in Philadelphia so it would be great if you could move there – but it is not a 100% requirement.
We build process management and automation software for some of the largest companies operating in additive manufacturing/3D printing, backed by data. Our connectivity to machines and modularity in performance sets us apart. Today, our tools are helping to make companies more comfortable and efficient at using additive manufacturing for production. Tomorrow, we’ll enable them to start making parts remotely – the future of manufacturing is distributed.