Sponsorship Sales Executive

Job Description

HealthyWage is looking for an exceptionally talented sales executive to help us sell sponsorships and branded weight loss challenges to a wide variety of brands, from food and retail to diet and fitness. You will be responsible for all aspects of the sales process, including prospecting (including volume cold calling), leading demos and closing business. We do not anticipate that this position will require much travel -- most of the meetings are conducted by telephone and/or video conference.

You will also provide leadership by helping determine the focus of the sponsorship sales department (e.g., identifying the verticals with the most potential) and by providing guidance to our marketing team about our marketing campaigns and sales collateral.

To be considered for this position, you must send a cover email to sales.jobs@healthywage.com, attaching your resume. Please highlight your recent sales experience and results.

Desired Skills & Experience

About HealthyWage

HealthyWage is a leading provider of large, innovative corporate wellness challenges for Fortune 500 companies, government agencies and other major employers. HealthyWage also offers challenges directly to consumers, including the research-based HealthyWager that lets people make a HealthyWager "bet" on whether they will keep their own weight loss resolution.

Because we use innovative ideas to change lots of lives for the better, our team members are regularly featured in major media outlets, from academic publications to national morning shows, which makes working at HealthyWage rewarding and exciting.

HealthyWage's programs are grounded in behavioral economics. The company was founded based on academic research at the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard that showed that financial incentives can have a significant impact on weight loss outcomes. HealthyWage's product development is driven, in part, by an ongoing area of related research on gamification, social networks, teamwork, cash prizes, financial incentives and positive peer pressure.

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