We at SoSafe have ambition, which is to be the leading cyber security provider in Europe. Our award winning awareness platform triggers behavioral change by providing effective and engaging training on cyber security and data protection. Cybercrime is predicted to cost the world $10.5 Trillion annually by 2025 - we are inviting you to be part of the solution. 

Our Nordic team is looking for a Digital Sales Development Representatives to identify and drive sales leads for our product in the Nordic region. The role is hybrid working from our Amsterdam office part of the week.

 

As a Sales Development Representative at SoSafe, you will identify key accounts to target, engage them with tailored content, uncover their business/technical challenges, and position internally as the right solution for them. You’ll ultimately be focused on driving signups, engagement and generating a pipeline of qualified leads for the sales team. 

You will have a clear career path to an Account Executive should you want to, which is realistically achievable in 9 to 15 months. How quickly you get there is completely up to you! We will provide all the necessary tools, guidance and mentoring to achieve your development goals.

Your mission

  • You will establish first contact with important decision makers in the IT security sector
  • You will be responsible for actively approaching potential new customers by telephone and other channels
  • You will present the product to potential customers and at events
  • You will support our Account Executives, who work together with you to acquire new customers
  • You will generate valuable deals for our entire sales team
  • You will qualify incoming inquiries and select the most exciting customers for us

Your profile

  • Driven individual looking for their first or second position in sales
  • You are communicative and enjoy interacting with customers
  • You work in a structured and careful manner and do not lose track of things even under stress
  • You are ambitious, motivated and performance-oriented - and you like to tackle things directly
  • You are aiming for a career in sales
  • You are fluent in English and any other Nordic language
  • You have the desire to grow with our team

Why Us? 

At SoSafe, you'll be part of a cybersecurity team that thrives on innovation, safeguarding organizations against evolving threats and making the digital world a safer place. You will have the opportunity to make a real impact, surrounded by a dynamic and supportive team and environment committed to your professional growth. 

What we offer

Work-Life Balance: 

  • Flexible hours 
  • 33 vacation days 

Work Environment: 

  • WeWork Access 
  • State-of-the-art tech 
  • Annual company off-site 
  • Networking events 

Healthcare: 

  • OpenUp 

Other Perks: 

  • Pension Scheme 
  • Referral bonus
  • Learning & Development Allowance
  • Swapfiets  

About us

Join us on our journey to make the digital world a safer place! We are one of the fastest-growing security awareness scale-ups worldwide. By putting people first and focusing on behavioral science, we are disrupting the status-quo of Cyber Security.

Backed by strong VC funding, we are looking for more motivated team players who will assist us with our ambitious mission and international expansion. At SoSafe, you will take ownership for your work and your growth, taking your career to the next level! If you want to have an impact and are looking to contribute in meaningful ways within an open-minded environment that values diversity and community, SoSafe might just be the right place to work for you!

Are you our next Cyber Security Hero?

Become part of our success story and apply now!

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