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Business Development Strategy MBA Intern

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Carta Healthcare, started 2017 by GSB & MIT alums, is designing software products that transform the way hospitals use data to deliver patient care. We make analyzing data fast, easy, and useful for everyone. We’re looking for a Business Development Strategy MBA Intern who will work with the founders to sell our software and services to hospitals and private companies within your geographic area (you will be assigned one or more US metropolitan areas).

At Carta, we provide you with exciting work experience. You choose the schedule and work environment that works best for you and your customers! We want your participation and your feedback. If you’re a positive individual who leads by example, is detail-oriented, and brings curiosity and experimental approach to solving complex problems, we want to work with you!

This is a start-up role, where we will ask you to wear many hats and participate in a variety of projects. You are not afraid to get your hands dirty and help create and maintain systems to efficiently accomplish our sales goals. You will contribute to:

  • Solidifying our value proposition and revenue generation strategy
  • Design, documentation and implementation plan for a consistent sales processes
  • Design for Customer on-boarding and support system
  • Discovering new markets and customers for our products

Preferred Candidates:

Experience in sales

Relevant clinical, B2B, healthcare background

Wants to grow with the company and believes in the mission

Project management success with a small team

Carta is an equal opportunity employer with a collaborative culture. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, sex, gender, gender identity, national origin, age, medical condition, physical or mental disability, military, political affiliation, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical condition or any other characteristic made unlawful by local, state, or federal law, ordinance or regulation.