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Sales Representative, Campus Sales

RedShelf
Chicago
2 days ago
+36
The Sales Representative, Campus Sales is responsible for growing their territory through new and existing campus partnerships within the higher education space. The Sales Representative’s responsibilities include upkeep and reporting on territory plan, informing potential and existing customers of product features and benefits, and establishing relationships with key stakeholders in order to exceed sales goals. As a member of our team, you should also be able to create as well as present sales proposals to customers to encourage sales and repeat business. 

Data Management Associate

RedShelf
Chicago
6 days ago
+36
The Data Management Associate is responsible for contributing to the rapid acceleration of RedShelf’s market expansion by managing the data and processes critical to ensuring a seamless end-user experience.

Business Development Manager, Learning Products

RedShelf
Chicago
1 week ago
+36
The Business Development Manager for Publishing is responsible for managing the growth, development, and engagement of RedShelf’s partner community of publishers and content providers. They will also play an influential role in determining the roadmap for RedShelf’s partner-facing suite of products.

Business Development Representative, Business Accounts

RedShelf
Chicago
1 week ago
+36
The Business Development Representative, Business Accounts is responsible for developing & growing partnerships with both content creators and businesses while contributing to the success of RedShelf For Business sales.

Full Stack Engineer

RedShelf
Chicago
2 weeks ago
+36
We are looking for a Full Stack Engineer, that has experience with Python and modern Javascript frameworks (preferably Ember), to join one of our engineering teams. If you have a passion for creating tools that help improve organizational efficiencies, developing integrations between different systems, and have the engineering mindset of working smarter and not harder… let’s talk.