- Brian Pollack Business Devleopment
ADASHI Systems is the leading developer of software for emergency responders and we are growing fast. The technology we create is in use by over 1,000 Fire Departments and International Crisis Units to coordinate action among team members and save lives through instant access to information such as building sites, hazardous chemical identification and aerial dispersion modeling – all at the touch of a button. Our software is also purchased by the major government institutions. ADASHI has been recognized by Digital Cities as a technology that drives good government systems.
There are 30,000 fire departments in the U.S. and we are underway in seriously expanding our market share. We are looking for someone to be a part of that growth.
We have a high energy, enthusiastic team and are looking for similar results-driven personalities to contribute.
ADASHI Systems has an immediate need for a smart, energetic Intern to join our Business Development team during the academic year and beyond.
Interns will implement and evolve strategies to acquire and retain customers. This work includes market research, sales, and marketing. This position -- telecommuting is possible -- plays an integral part in getting our software to users who are committed protecting people from disaster and keeping their own lives safe.
We want someone who is flexible, articulate and organized with a willingness/desire to learn new systems. If you want to be part of a dynamic tech company helping people survive disaster, and think you can contribute enthusiasm and sales, we want to hear from you.
Requirements: Excellent verbal communication skills are a must; as is a certain comfort level with new technology. Great sales ability (persistent not aggressive) is recognized and valued. We view our sales team as members of the fire department community – they are putting valuable software into the hands of those who need it, and Fire Chiefs treasure it once they discover its existence. This person needs to conceptualize software use-cases and communicate benefits to a variety of audiences. It would be great if you have the ability to research the emergency response marketplace and consider our place within that market. Also, a sense of humor is very much welcome here.