Inside Sales Support

Location: Atlanta, GA

Department: Sales

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

Role: Inside Sales Support Analyst

Our Company: Pursuant Health (PH) is a healthcare technology company headquartered in Atlanta, GA. Our innovative network of kiosks provides free health assessments, biometric screenings and other education to individuals so they can understand and improve their health status and self-manage chronic health problems like diabetes and obesity.

These kiosks are currently located in over 3,600 businesses, hospitals and retail pharmacies throughout the United States.  We touch over 3 million lives every month, and this number is quickly rising.  Due to market expansion, we have an immediate need for a Sales Support Analyst to join our team.

What you can expect from us:

We have a start-up culture. Each person has significant responsibility and autonomy. So if you enjoy working in a lean, nimble organization and in the quickly evolving healthcare industry, you’ll fit our team beautifully.

Other perks include:

Medical, Dental, Life, Disability benefits
Stock Option Grants (for the right candidate!)
Competitive salary and commission structure

What you can expect from the job:

You will be responsible for supporting the growth and development of the Digital Advertising sales team and channel partners through reporting, analysis and serving as a liaison.
You will be responsible for supporting the growth and development of the Managed Care sales team through reporting and development of sales materials as needed
You will identify new market opportunities for Pursuant and work with the R&D and Marketing teams to develop new product offerings based on customer demands.
You will report directly to the SVP of Sales and will be responsible for reporting, analysis and special projects as assigned.
You will serve as a product specialist on various Pursuant Health solutions


What we expect from you:

Bachelor’s degree.

2+ years of experience in the areas of direct sales or sales support roles. Digital advertising and social media advertising experience or experience with health plans a plus.
Strong analytical skills—ability to understand, leverage, and explain metrics that are meaningful to prospects and customers.
Reporting from in-house systems (Sales Force and Tableau)
Strong skills with Microsoft Office Products (Excel, PowerPoint).
Successful track record of achieving and exceeding goals
Entrepreneurial spirit—competitive and creative.
Travel up to 20% of the time. 


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