The firm are looking for a strong technical sales engineer/developer with experience in Haskell to work in their business development team in Zurich, driving and managing the technology education and evaluation stage of the sales process, acting as the firm's specialist technical advisor.
The company was set up to take advantage of the innovations within distributed ledger technology and specifically to apply those to the financial world. It is now one of the fastest growing, fin-tech start-ups in the world and has developed a global presence with offices in America, Europe and Asia. They have received substantial funding from a conglomeration of the biggest names in banking and finance, with the aim of establishing themselves as the leading player in the space.
The role would primarily focus on driving and managing the technology education and evaluation stage of the sales process. This will involve demonstrating the firm's domain specific language, discussing the technology and product position of the firm's offering to business and technical users, identifying client's technical issues throughout the sales process, as well as establishing and maintaining strong relationships throughout the sales cycle.
The ideal candidate has:
- The ability to write code in Haskell.
- Either strong financial markets experience OR strong sales life-cycle experience.
- Excellent communication skills and the ability to present complex ideas to a variety of audiences and clients.
- Proven track record collaborating with others in a dynamic, fast-paced, pressured environment, but capable independently of turning an abstract idea into a strategic, pragmatic solution where needed.
This company offers the chance to join at a time of rapid innovation and to help to define a new industry sector. They have the feel of a tech-start up with a focus on continued learning and development, within an open and collaborative environment. They are incredibly well-funded and can offer exceptional compensation packages to candidates.
- Business Development
- Financial Markets