Curate Job Openings

VP of Sales

Curate Partners is a talent solutions firm servicing the most innovative companies across the US as they navigate through their business transformation. Our specialty lies within our strategic partnership to help address digital transformation needs and supply our customers with the skillsets necessary to achieve greater levels of digital success. We identify and deliver purple squirrels; candidates who exceed all expectations + requirements for the role and who are the most up to date on modern technology.


  • 10+ years of technology services sales experience
  • 5 + years selling complex enterprise solutions where there is a need to engage multiple buyers
  • Experience developing go-to-market strategies that strategically position organization for success
  • Experience selling to the executive suite, confident presence, and excellent presentation skills
  • Demonstrated ability to drive new business opportunities and engage internal stakeholders for the optimal solution


  • Owns the process of opening new Enterprise Accounts targeting 3-5 per year
  • Acts as the Lead for Business Development for the organization including lunches, dinners, golf, entertainment with both clients and targets
  • Establishes our best sales approach for client entry including perm, retained, SOW, DE&I or specialization
  • Works with Curate Insights for cross selling purposes
  • Works with Marketing to help develop content including case studies, white papers, etc. This could also include sponsorships opportunities, marketing campaigns, etc.
  • Works with Marketing to develop Sales presentations in sales library
  • Helps drives new sales initiatives like Agile practice, including talking points for reps, content, targets, etc.
  • Presents update to Curate Partners Executive team on a monthly basis on pursuits, pipeline, projects, cross-selling opportunities, campaigns.
  • Helps develop and implement the sales playbook
  • Strategically engages channel partnerships like AWS, Google, vmware, etc.

Awards & Recognition:

  • Boston Business Journal’s Fastest Growing Private Company in MA (#1 in 2018, #10 in 2019, 2020, 2021)
  • Staffing Industry Analysts’ Fastest Growing Staffing Firm (#3 in 2020) (#1 in tech)
  • Staffing Industry Analysts’ Best Staffing Firm to Work for (Grand Prize Winner in 2020, 2021)
  • Inc Magazine’s Fastest Growing Private Company in US (#20 in 2018)
  • Boston Business Journal’s Best Places to Work for (2019, 2020, 2021)

Interested? Please email us at and be sure to include your resume and/or a URL to your updated LinkedIn profile.

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