Account Executive (Sales Hunter)

$60,000 - 85,000 / YEAR


The Canadian Workplace Culture Index is looking for a full-time Sales Hunter who will be based out of our office in Vancouver, Canada. If you are a highly motivated, confident individual with strong relationship-building skills, sales experience, and a customer-first attitude, we want to hear from you! 

This position will work closely with our Managing Director and the entire team. You will be working on prospecting and lead development, outreach, and presentations to prospects, closing net new business for our certification product and uncovering new opportunities to grow the business. You will also assist the team in the management and coordination of external sales partners and vendors.

This is a new role as we launch our new business and drive sales. This is a great opportunity to get in at the ground level and determine your destiny as you sell a new, innovative, and highly regarded solution for organizations to measure, assess, and improve workplace culture.

Canadian Workplace Culture Index

Canadian Workplace Culture Index


Vancouver, British columbia

Hiring Bonus ~ $850 CAD

Referral Reward ~ $4,250 CAD

What is a Sales Hunter?

B2B Account Executive, Regional Sales Representative, or Sales Development Associate, no matter what the title is, the most accurate word to describe a professional salesperson is with the word "Hunter".

Someone who isn't afraid to aggressively chase down new leads and will be uber diligent about following up, all the while having the finesse to know when and how to turn up the charm to close the deal. Sales Hunters are competitive and hungry for their next sale. While others are trying to make a living, a sales hunter's main driver is to make a killing in commissions. The Sales Hunter is highly emotionally intelligent and understands the needs and triggers of their customers. They are always seeking to improve the customer experience while under-promising and over-delivering on internal and external client expectations. A Sales Hunter asks A LOT of questions because they know that the best way to learn and improve is to seek assistance and expertise from others.

What you're looking for

Sales Hunters at The Canadian Workplace Culture Index receive a base salary with commissions for every new sale closed. When you do well, we do well as a company, so it only makes sense for us to remove any limits or ceilings for the commissions you can make.

Outside of just giving you the right tools to make money, we are proud to have a casual work environment that celebrates every hard-earned win and enjoys the team's successes.

Other great benefits of working with our company include:

·      Competitive base salary + Commission - $60,000 - $85,000/year 

·      Commission-based compensation on every sale

·      Comprehensive employee benefits plan 

·      Education allowance

·      15 days paid vacation

·      Casual office environment

·      Company social events

Skills and Requirements

What we're looking for

If the role of a Sales Hunter resonates with you and the feeling of chasing down a new sale is not of stress but excitement, you may likely be the right person for this role!

A successful Sales Hunter at The Canadian Workplace Culture Index typically has/is:

  • 2+ years or more of B2B sales experience
  • Motivated by the prospect of hunting and closing new business
  • Highly organized with excellent and time management skills
  • Confidence and belief in what they are selling
  • An excellent communicator and relationship manager
  • Excellent written and spoken command of the English language
  • The ability to quickly grow and adapt within our evolving company
  • The ability to quickly learn new software platforms

Here are many tasks you can expect in the day-to-day of the role:

  • Responding to inbound leads
  • Prospecting and business development
  • Filling your funnel with sales opportunities
  • Client calls and brief presentations
  • Crushing monthly sales targets and have an insatiable appetite for more
  • Attending occasional industry tradeshows and after-hours networking events

The role will require you to sit/stand at a computer workstation for prolonged periods. 

What We Do

The CWCI is a uniquely Canadian benchmark designed for organizations to assess workplace culture based on industry and the size of the workforce. The CWCI publishes an annual report on the state of Canadian Workplace Culture.

The Canadian Workplace Culture Certification program uses the Index to certify Canadian organizations based on the results from an innovative chat survey completed by employees.

The Canadian Workplace Culture Index and Certification are developed in partnership with the Angus Reid Institute, the leading Canadian, not-for-profit organization conducting research on issues that matter to Canadians.

    Company Awards

    Details of awards will be provided during the initial screening.

    Company Benefits

    ·      Comprehensive employee benefits plan 

    ·      Education allowance

    ·      15 days paid vacation

    ·      Casual office environment

    ·      Company social events

    Company Environment