Business Development Specialist

Overcast HQ is looking for a candidate with solid digital marketing and business development skills who can engage clients, attract new clients and help shape customer success. We are looking for an all-rounder to grow our lead generation and work with existing clients to improve their experience.
This is an excellent opportunity for anyone with a SaaS background to eventually become a team leader. If you think you have what it takes to join a business that has plans to change the way video is managed, then we want to hear from you.


  • Develop an understanding of our strategic products (Video management, mobile solutions, API integrations) and the scenarios that are a good fit for our clients.
  • Identify, initiate and nurture relationships with clients over the phone, via e-mail, through the website and a number of marketing channels

Qualify leads

  • Work with a monthly target for new meetings and generating new client prospects
  • Schedule appointments between prospects and the commercial team
  • Provide analytics and feedback to improve marketing and sales efforts
  • Create proposals to represent solutions designed around our client needs.


  • BA/BS degree preferred
  • Self-starter with excellent written and spoken English
  • Proficient at a range of online marketing channels including Linkedin, Twitter, Google Adwords, Web SEO, etc.
  • HubSpot CRM Experience preferred
  • Confidence to overcome objections and convert interest into qualified leads


  • This is an on-site, full-time salary plus performance incentive position located in Dublin 2.
  • This is a great opportunity to really make a big impact on a business which is highly ambitious and going through a highly exciting stage of our growth!

Seniority Level
Mid level

SaaS, Online Media

Employment Type

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