Senior Sales Engineer

 

You have the rare combination of hands-on technical skills and business acumen and you’re looking for a career where you can utilize both. As a Sales Engineer at Twilio, you will hone each of these skills by advising a diverse set of customers on what is possible using Twilio’s cloud communication API.

About the job:

Sales Engineers at Twilio are involved in all stages of the customer’s software development lifecycle and are comfortable using presentations, email, phone and social media to connect with customers. We are looking for someone who can create technical presentations, product demonstrations, and educate customers (everyone from developers to product managers to C-level executives) on the best ways to utilize cloud communications technology. Twilio’s Sales Engineers are empowered to come up with creative solutions on the spot so we are looking for someone willing to challenge the status quo and throw out the manual on occasion.

Responsibilities:

Requirements:

  • Typically five years in a customer-facing technical role.
  • Proven hands-on experience in one or more of the following areas: web (Javascript, HTML, frontend frameworks) development, mobile (iOS, Android) development, backend (Java, C#, Node.js, Python, PHP, Ruby)  development, IP-based real-time communications.
  • A world class communicator. Confident dispensing knowledge to a highly skilled and experienced audience.
  • Typically 10-25% travel.
  • Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Computer Science, MIS or a comparable field is preferred.

 

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