We’re hiring. Our newly launched Maps business is booming and we need Sales Managers in our offices in London, Stuttgart and Kyiv to take charge of growing the business and looking after our customers. Like selling? Love location? Read on.
Sales Managers in CloudMade’s Maps division are responsible for identifying, closing and managing new business opportunities across our business verticals that include:
- Public transportation
- Local search and directory services
- Local governments
- Outdoors & fitness
- Advertising, agencies and brands
- Fleet Tracking and Management
- Online property and real estate
- Location based mobile games
- Mobile applications including Travel, Navigation, Outdoors
You’ll join a world-class team of entrepreneurs, marketing, sales, product development and design professionals and you’ll be armed with a highly competitive set of products that include:
Using a combination of your domain knowledge, in-bound leads and outbound lead generation you will lead CloudMade’s engagements with new customers Day-to-day you’re responsibilities will include:
- Generating leads through phone calls, online research, emails
- Triaging inbound traffic, identifying the most lucrative deals
- Working with CloudMade’s technical account managers and with your customers to scope out, price and close deals
- Account management of CloudMade customers in your area
- Working with CloudMade’s product management and support teams to understand and triage customer requests
- Working with CloudMade’s marketing and design teams to produce sales and marketing collateral including websites and presentations
- You are a tenacious closer.
- You are bold and not afraid to pick up the phone to get a deal done.
- You are motivated by finding and closing deals – you don’t let anything get in the way of closing.
- You have domain experience in location based services or geographic information systems or in web mapping APIs like CloudMade’s. You will hit the ground running.
- You are self-motivated and have great time management skills. You can work under your own steam, from home or part of an on-site team.
- You have previous experience in a sales or customer facing role.
- You have previous experience in a sales role in location based services or GIS or local government or fleet tracking or a related industry.
- Experience negotiating contracts with map data suppliers.
You will receive a competitive base salary and a highly motivational commission scheme based on meeting your monthly sales quota.
To apply, send a brief covering email and your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 24th, 2013 - Posted by Nick Black in jobs
CloudMade is hiring. We’re looking for Community Ambassadors, Product Managers and a Senior Director of Developer Outreach to join our growing team. The current job market favours employers – there are a lot of highly qualified people looking for work. So how can you make sure that your CV gets in front of the right person and you get your dream job? Here are five tips that will help you get through the first stage of an interview process and get a first interview at your future employer.
Around 10% of the CVs and applications I receive have spelling, grammar or formatting errors in them. No matter what role you are applying for, obvious errors like this are un-professional. The problem is not that you can’t spell. It’s that you have not taken the time or been resourceful enough to make sure that your work is produced to a professional standard. I consider a candidate’s CV to be their first assignment. If they don’t deliver a professional CV, they aren’t going to deliver professional work as an employee. Ask your friends and family to read over your CV and covering letter for you – a fresh set of eyes often spots unseen errors.
Make the hiring manager’s life easy for them. If the job notice asks for CV as a PDF, send a PDF. Give your CV a sensible file name, like joe_blogs_cloudmade_cv.pdf and not jb_cm_cv.pdf. As an employee you wouldn’t want to make your manager’s life difficult, so don’t do it as a candidate.
Address the hiring manager and the company personally. “Dear Sir or Madam” is just lazy. Find out who the hiring manager is. If the job notice does not have this information, call the hiring manager’s PA or the company secretary and find out. Make contact with the hiring manager on LinkedIn and follow them on Twitter.
Find out what the company you are applying to does and what they want from the position. If you are applying for a position as a Developer Evangelist and your cover letter and CV do not mention developer evangelism activities you are not going to get through the first round.
If you really, really believe you are right for the job, don’t give up. Maybe your CV or cover letter were not quite right. You’ll never know unless you keep on trying.
Consider your job application your first piece of work for your prospective employer. Really try to think about what they want to see in a candidate and make sure your CV and covering letter sells your unique qualities to your now employer.
The news is full of stories about lay-offs and job cuts – but lots of companies are still hiring. You have to compete with more candidates, so follow these tips and give yourself the edge.
April 4th, 2009 - Posted by Nick Black in jobs
Its been busy times here at CloudMade. Since I last posted two months ago we’ve been hiring, finding new offices and of course we’ve all found time to go mapping. Here’s a quick update.
We’re leaving the leafy Putney suburbs in search of bigger offices. We move into our new offices at the beginning of June – we’ll be having a moving in party at a local pub. Stay posted for details.
New to Team
We’ve had a lot of new people join us over the last two months. First to join our London engineering team was Andy Allan, followed by Shaun McDonald, and most recently Matt Amos. Our Kyiv engineering team is bursting from the seams (click through for names):
CloudMade Mapping Parties
Through our OSM Grants scheme we’ve been sponsoring a few mapping parties. There’s the London Mapping Marathon – a series of mapping events held throughout London over the summer, being run by Shaun with the aim of finishing off the various bits and pieces that still need to be mapped in London. We’ve also been involved with mapping parties in Sutton and San Francisco. There are definitely more mapping parties to come over the summer.
Update We’ve filled all of our internship positions for this year. Keep an eye on this blog for more info about future positions.
We’re still looking for more people to join us in London, including full time and intern positions in the Product Management team, intern positions in Engineering and a full time office manager. Take a look at the careers page for more details.
We’re looking for developers to join our expanding, London based development team at both Senior and Mid levels. You’ll be working in a team of 5-10 developers on a range of exciting projects. CloudMade are a London-based startup, specialising in OpenStreetMap services. We have some great new projects coming up and are looking for enthusiastic developers to join us.
Take a look at our jobs page for more details.
March 3rd, 2008 - Posted by in jobs