Autogram was started by IIT-KGP and IIM-A alumni in 2017. It is an HR Technology platform that helps students in Resume Building, Mock Video Interviews, and Placements by providing them with the right opportunities.
Since our inception, Autogram has groomed 20000+ students from 300+ institutes in India. 40+ companies are using Autogram to hire people in and outside India.
Last year Capital First Limited, a large NBFC, recruited 200+ students through Autogram.
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Relationship Manager - Institutions
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Roles and Responsibilities:
●Relationship Manager - Institutions at Autogram is expected to own the experience, revenue and contract renewal with a set of colleges in a geographical region in India.
●Sell the concept of Autogram and partner program to colleges - set and manage client expectations well.
●Building a network of colleges and universities that will use the Autogram Solution.
●Everything from acquisition, retention, and growth to delivery at our partners will be your responsibility.
●Own booking, invoicing and collection of revenue from partner colleges
●Responsible to create brand Autogram & close sales in the graduation and post graduation (colleges/universities) space.
●Responsible for generating leads, making an effective sales pitch, assessing customer behavior via market research and campus networking.
●Make visits to existing partner and associate colleges.
●Ensure an awesome experience for partners by leveraging technology and account managers expertise.
Other Aspects / Skills :
●Working proficiency in MS Excel and decent Email writing skills.
●Disciplined aggression and record of consistently exceeding revenue targets.
●Good business acumen and analytical abilities.
●Easily builds relationships / connects with people - values relationships.
●Smart/ High IQ: Ability to solve problems when fewer parameters are given.
●Strong verbal communication in English as well as local language.
All UG and PG students, year of passing out 2018 and 2019