Sales Development Representative (Spanish speaking)


We are looking for experienced Sales Development Representative to join a growing software company and helping them expand. You will be responsible for the development of our clients Sales Pipeline and work closely with Country Manager and Account Executives to Generate leads in the new markets. 

Some of your tasks include: 

  • Develop and implement strategies for outbound lead generation 
  • Research, identify and approach new potential leads in the Spain 
  • Build and develop strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders 

Who are we looking for:
  • Previous B2B experience 
  • Passionate about software products 
  • Excellent communication skills and presentation skills 
  • Ability to create trust and enthusiasm with customers 
  • Excellent language skill both written and spoken English and Spanish

Why do you need to apply? 

  • Because our client is a great company who values your time and work and offers a wide range of benefits; 
  • 26 days annual leave + 2 days for Christmas and New Years 
  • Pension Scheme
  • Healthcare 
  • Flexible work schedule and remote-working 
  • Development budget 
  • + many other corporate and social benefits! 

Jehona Jashari, Recruitment Consultant - Your e-Frontiers consultant for this job

Jehona is a Recruitment Consultant for e-Frontiers Business. She focuses on mid-senior level roles, recruiting for IT companies across Ireland, UK and US with a focus and specialisation within Customer Success, Support, Marketing, Technical Support and HR roles. Jehona has strong language and communication skills, bilingual Albanian and Norwegian, fluent English, German and business proficiency in Swedish and Danish and always goes an extra mile for both clients and candidates. Jehona is an active Olympic Handball player for Dublin International Handball Club playing in the Senior Women League, also managing the Irish U21 Men’s National team.

Specialises in: Customer Success Manager, Marketing, Customer Service