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Business Development Intern
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Want to join a company that’s changing the way cities work? Opti, a startup focused on continuous monitoring and adaptive control (CMAC) of stormwater infrastructure, is seeking an Intern to join our Sales team. Reporting to the Head of Sales, this position is open to start Spring or Summer of 2018 out of Opti’s headquarters in Boston, MA.
At Opti, we build and deliver solutions to help communities achieve improved environmental outcomes. Our technology automatically controls the timing and rate of flow through stormwater storage systems, helping cities and businesses improve water quality, prevent localized flooding, and mitigate combined sewer overflows at reduced costs and less risk than existing alternatives. As the leading provider of CMAC solutions, Opti has installations in over 20 states across the US and is set to double in size in the next year.
The Sales Team is responsible for driving revenue by developing and managing client and partner relationships, and implementing go to market strategies. The Business Development Intern will play a key role in supporting sales managers and the team. The position requires a dynamic self-starter with strong organizational and communications skills.
- Organization of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system data
- Provide insightful research on prospective clients and target markets
- Work with the team to develop and update case study materials
- Current student majoring in Business/Marketing or Civil/Environmental Engineering
- Strong written and oral communications skills
- A passion for the water, infrastructure, and/or environmental sectors
- Strong attention to detail and ability to get results in an innovative, startup culture