Open Source Jobs: Olliance Group is Growing

Olliance Group, the open source management consulting  firm based in San Francisco organizing yearly the Open Source Think Tank, is growing and seeks for an Open Source Sales and Business Development Executive.

We’re looking for an experienced and very connected person to join our growing team. This is a Commission-Only position, it is expected that it will take up to six months to start earning a significant income, if you are not self-sustainable for that period of time please do not apply. We are looking for candidates based on the Waest Coast.

Rewards
Participation in a technology evolution that is changing the software industry
Affiliation with the leading branded open source business consultancy
Opportunity to participate in our conferences in Napa and Paris
Chance to earn a great income and build equity in numerous hot startups

Responsibilities:
• Develop and close new business and partner opportunities
• Use established connections with executives to develop new business opportunities
• Manage multiple business initiatives in a start-up environment
• Help set the strategic direction of Olliance
• Launch and drive new practice areas

Requirements:
Significant business development, marketing, and/or sales experience at an executive level.
Three years of information technology services related experience and deep connections with technology vendors, end users, and/or venture capitalists.

Compensation
Compensation consists of commissions, bonuses, profit sharing, participation in a pool of client equity and equity in Olliance. The successful candidate will have an opportunity to earn partnership in Olliance after six months.

If interested contact them directly.

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