20 Tech Companies Hiring In The IT Channel: October 2023

Ahead, Cognizant, ConRes, Salesforce, Decisions and Wiz are among the companies to list open positions for channel-related roles.

This month, Ahead, Cognizant and Continental Resources are among the solution providers to list open positions while Salesforce, Decisions and Wiz are among the vendors to list open positions for channel-related roles.

CRN has looked at open listings on LinkedIn that would bring talent into the channel— either by working with a partner or by working with a vendor to support partners.

[RELATED: 20 Tech Companies Hiring In The IT Channel: September 2023]

Open Jobs In The IT Channel

Open roles include:

*A workspace solutions pre-sales specialist at Ahead

*A Microsoft Azure lead for generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) who can make at least $160,000 a year at Cognizant

*A junior accountant at ConRes

*A Tableau-focused partner sales manager (PSM) who can make at least $132,240 at Salesforce

*A channel sales director at Decisions

*A majors solutions engineer at Wiz

All the hiring comes despite multiple tech giants cutting their employee rosters amid growing inflation, the possibility of a recession in the near future and tightening IT budgets after high demand for technology during the height of the pandemic.

BlackLine, Malwarebytes, Google, Dell Technologies and Slalom are among the tech businesses to announce or conduct layoffs in recent days.

Here are some of the latest job openings in the channel.

Cato Networks

Cato Networks has a listing on LinkedIn for an alliances director who needs a “strong understanding” of Amazon Web Services’ “go-to-market organization structure including partner, channel, account, and marketing teams.”

The Israel-based security vendor wants this director to “manage participation in all applicable AWS partner programs and secure access to higher tiers” and “map, prioritize and track potential partners,” according to the listing.

Candidates should have “3+ years of experience in business development” and “6+ Years working with AWS Marketplace at a SaaS company.”

Cato also seeks a regional sales director for the Houston area who will have a “deep understanding of a channel centric go to market approach” with skills in “establishing and leveraging new and existing strategic alliance partner relationships.”

The vendor also has a spot for a channel account manager (CAM) in the Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas (TOLA) area.

The manager “is responsible for pipeline, new logo and revenue growth through highly qualified and successful partnerships in a designated geography,” according to the listing. The manager will “develop highly productive Solution Provider, Value-Added Reseller (VAR), and Managed Service Provider (MSP) relationships so that partners become self-sufficient in marketing, selling, deploying and managing the Cato Solution.”

Cato has about 1,700 worldwide channel partners, about 700 of them in North America, according to CRN’s 2023 Channel Chiefs.


CrowdStrike seeks a corporate channel account manager to “work with channel partners and Sales Managers to manage sales cycle from beginning to end,” according to a LinkedIn listing.

The Austin, Texas-based security vendor wants candidates who can “strategize with our channel partners to drive net-new business” and who bring “2+ years of full sales cycle and/or channel experience, generating net new business for a Saas, Cloud, and/or Security solution.”

Crowdstrike also seeks a regional sales manager who can make at least $110,000 a year to work with field sales, channel, marketing and other divisions within CrowdStrike, according to a separate listing.

The manager will “work cooperatively with partners to leverage their established account presence and relationships,” according to the listing. Candidates should have “10+ years of solution selling experience with significant experience selling software security and/or infrastructure security products to corporate enterprises.”


Veeam seeks an inside sales representative focused on small and midsize businesses (SMBs) in the Western U.S., according to a LinkedIn listing.

The Columbus, Ohio-based data protection and ransomware recovery vendor will task this rep with driving “key business and technical benefits mapped to the end user requirements from partner deal registrations, qualified opportunities and lead generation lists” and coordinating “sales activities with partners and resellers to identify and close new business,” according to the listing.

Veeam wants candidates who have “experience driving the sales process across internal and external teams (channel, engineering, marketing, field)” and “2+ years business-to-business (B2B) sales experience of high-tech products/services.”

The vendor also wants a U.S-based manager for Latin America renewals who can speak Portuguese and handle customer and partner escalations, according to a listing.


Cisco subsidiary AppDynamics has an opening for an enterprise sales representative for the health care and life sciences industry who “will constantly generate pipeline using creative techniques, tools, team collaboration, industry events and channel partners.”

The San Francisco-based application performance management (APM) tools vendor wants candidates with “5+ years of proven experience evangelizing technology, with a focus on SaaS and disruptive cloud technologies” and a “consistent track record of over-achievement; net new logo accomplishments; and keen understanding of how to leverage partner relationships.”

About 89 percent of AppDynamics’ overall sales come through the channel, according to CRN’s 2023 Channel Chiefs.


Alteryx has an opening for a senior principal business development professional focused on the state, local and education (SLED) market.who has “deep knowledge of both direct and channel sales business achievement,” according to the LinkedIn listing.

The Irvine, Calif.-based data analytics tools vendor will task this hire with “creating, validating, documenting, training, recruiting partnerships, forming alliances, while aligning SE team, marketing, sales ops, legal and all SLED aligned employees in support of 20+ distinct strategies and corresponding sales motions.”

The hire will work with solution partners, distributors, system integrators, resellers and other partner types, according to the listing.

Alteryx has about 400 worldwide channel partners, according to CRN’s 2023 Channel Chiefs.


SecurityScorecard has a listing on LinkedIn for a vice president of channel sales to “build upon our channel-led strategy, sales model, and culture,” according to the LinkedIn listing.

The New York-based cybersecurity ratings and resilience vendor will task this VP with “close collaboration with sales, marketing, services, and training/enablement teams to elevate our existing channel partner ecosystem with the goal of achieving a 100% channel-focused go-to-market model.”

Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree, according to the listing.

SecurityScorecard also seeks a vice president of revenue marketing who will lead channel marketing, demand generation, field marketing and other efforts.

The VP will “manage relationships with channel partners and develop co-marketing initiatives” and “create channel-specific marketing programs to drive partner success and revenue growth,” according to the LinkedIn listing.

Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree and “5-7 years of experience in revenue-focused marketing roles, with a track record of driving revenue growth,” according to the listing.


On LinkedIn, Salesforce has multiple channel-related positions listed.

The San Francisco-based customer relationship management (CRM) software vendor’s openings include:

*An alliances partner account manager who can make at least $125,720 a year in New York or California and will work “with existing MuleSoft Alliances and Channels partners in the region, developing new Partner relationships and proactively working with the MuleSoft direct Sales team(primarily along with a host of additional cross functional peers”

*A partner sales manager (PSM) focused on Salesforce subsidiary Tableau who can make at least $132,240 and will develop “partnerships with our Strategic Consulting Partners and ISV Partners”

*A partner sales senior manager focused on communications, media and technology (CMT) who can make at least $145,740 – the hire will “design, launch and support a plan to accelerate and scale the growth of our business with our SI and ISV partners”

Salesforce has more than 11,000 partners worldwide, according to the vendor.


Decisions has a listing on LinkedIn for a senior director of channel sales.

The Virginia Beach, Va.-based automation platform vendor wants a director who will “be responsible for developing and executing strategies to maximize revenue through our channel partners and drive successful partnerships,” according to the listing.

The director will “identify, onboard, and nurture strategic channel partners to expand market reach and drive revenue growth” and “provide leadership and support to channel partners, ensuring they have the necessary resources, tools, and information to effectively promote and sell Decisions’ offerings,” among other tasks.

Decisions partners include CGI, Wipro, Perficient, PwC and SHI, according to the vendor.


Wiz wants candidates with an “ability to deliver world class demonstrations and training experience to our channel customers” for a majors solutions engineer position, according to a LinkedIn listing.

The New York-based security vendor will taks this engineer with “supporting our Major Accounts prospects and customers, reporting to the Majors Solutions Engineer Manager,” according to the listing.

The engineer will serve as a “trusted advisor for all matters related to cloud security across AWS, Azure, and GCP.”


On LinkedIn, Proofpoint has a listing for a senior pricing analyst, with the listing noting that “quantitative experience with both SaaS and on-prem pricing models, as well as channel pricing programs and quarterly promotions is a plus.”

The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based security vendor seeks an analyst who can “lead projects cross-functionally and optimally communicate to all upstream/downstream partners to ensure understanding of strategy, project plan, and impacts,” according to the listing.

Candidates should have “6 + years in pricing, business operations, sales operations, or business analytics in enterprise software” and experience with Salesforce, Excel and Python, among other technologies.

Proofpoint also has an opening for a senior named account manager for the SLED industry in the Arkansas and Oklahoma area.

The manager will “develop, strategize, and execute marketing/channel plan within region for end users, channel partners, and industry events,” according to the listing.

Candidates should have a “strong existing network of clients, channel partners, and industry professionals in region.”


Continental Resources has multiple listings for open jobs on LinkedIn this month.

The Bedford, Mass.-based company – a member of CRN’s 2023 Managed Service Provider 500 – seeks the following among its open roles:

*A junior accountant – responsibilities include “prepare Contract and Proposal files”; “prepare certain month-end inventory graphs”; “assist with 401k audits”; “track and report daily cash book and bank balances to management”

*A wireless field engineer – responsibilities include “perform all industry standard Wireless surveys, implementations, support, and consulting”; “plan, prepare, deploy, and improve wireless networks from design to implementation, by working with customers, low voltage cabling vendors, and other network engineers”

*An outside sales account manager – responsibilities include “selling and renting state-of-the-art products such as oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, network analyzers, signal generators, and wireless communication testers to the industrial, aerospace/ defense and communications markets”


iCorps Technologies wants to hire a cybersecurity sales executive in New England, according to a LinkedIn listing.

The Woburn, Mass.-based company – a member of CRN’s 2023 Managed Service Provider 500 – will task this executive with “driving demand, generating a pipeline, presenting solutions, creating proposals, and closing business,” according to the listing.

The executive will “work collaboratively with the cyber team and senior leadership to identify and close business” and “proactively initiate new business development opportunities to increase market share across the US,” among other tasks.

Candidates should have “at least 5 years of experience selling technology solutions,” with “knowledge of Microsoft security solutions a strong plus.”

iCorps also seeks a director of client delivery and operations who will “ensure successful client engagements and delivery of services with reference-able outcomes” and be “accountable for the overall performance of our consulting programs, projects, support, helpdesk, network operations center and the delivery of managed services,” according to the listing.

Candidates should have a bachelor’s “in Business or related experience,” according to the listing.


Cognizant has hundreds of job listings on LinkedIn this month.

The Teaneck, N.J.-based company – No. 6 on CRN’s 2023 Solution Provider 500 – has openings for roles including:

*Marketing technology senior enterprise sales executive – the hire will help with “strategic selling and digital marketing consulting in named accounts” and “acquire new customers and develop the new customers into existing business”

*Kafka subject matter expert (SME) – the hire will aid “overall use and implementation of Kafka components including the platform, observability, governance, best practices, and solution development”

*Associate principal marketing consultant for marketing strategy and services at Cognizant subsidiary Lev – the hire will “focus on enhancing the overall customer experience by creating and executing campaigns tied to key CMO KPIs, including but not limited to generating revenue, retaining customers / decreasing churn, and cost savings or process efficiencies”

*Java full stack architect making at least $69,000 a year in Pleasanton, Calif. – the hire will design “distributed Web Applications with multiple Interfaces” and use front end “technologies Angular, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Typescript, and Node JS”

*Senior agilist who can make at least $101,000 a year – the hire will “work to clear roadblocks the support/admin team has in achieving business outcomes” and “facilitate user groups and mid-level steering committees as needed and speak on behalf of the Jira Confluence Product team”

*Solution sales executive for internet of things and engineering services who can make at least $160,000 a year – the hire will “handle a portfolio of IoT programs and project delivery, establish and run governance with client collaborators, and run financial and demand forecasts across the Connected Products portfolio”

*Lead or senior .Net and AngularJS engineer – the hire will be “responsible for designing and developing the micro services based on business requirements”

*Customer service representative who can make at least $16 an hour – the hire will provide “technical assistance and support via inbound phone calls to TriZetto Provider Solutions’ internal/external clients trading partners and vendors who are utilizing TriZetto products under close supervision”

*Amazon Web Services developer operations technical lead who can make at least $96,740 a year – the hire will “assess stakeholder requirements to put together an approach and plan to build-out in AWS DevOps environment” and “build automatic DEV/QA/PROD clusters to stage products easily and quickly via clusters between release schedule vs hot fixes”

*Extract, transform, load Informatica lead – the hire will do “ETL mapping using Informatica PowerCenter” and “present Architecture team with ETL design for new product implementation”

*Front end and user interface (UI) lead using React – the hire will lead “a team of frontend developers focused on design and development of frontend solution across the Digital and Marketing Technology domain”

*Identity and access management (IAM) security administrator – the hire will handle “day to day security administration of systems and user ids, which include creation, deletion, modification, password resets for all technologies supported”

*Business analyst for health care consulting – the hire will “facilitate workshops with clients to elicit requirements as the basis for creating business requirements documents and user stories”

*Azure lead with generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) who can make at least $160,000 – the hire will “apply artificial intelligence and data science to business decisions via enterprise data management solutions”

MNJ Technologies

MNJ Technologies has a listing on LinkedIn this month for a senior account manager.

The Buffalo Grove, Ill.-based company – No. 144 on CRN’s 2023 Solution Provider 500 – wants a manager who can meet the “annual profit target of at least $400,000 in total profit each year” and “develop and maintain positive relationships with new and existing customers,” among other tasks, according to the listing.

Candidates should have a “high school diploma or equivalent” and “at least 5 years of experience in IT sales.”

MNJ also seeks a staff accountant who can “perform weekly and monthly reconciliation of company credit card accounts and credit card clearing accounts” and “assist with monthly use and sales tax filing,” according to the listing.

Candidates should have a “Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or Economics.”

Abacus Group

Abacus Group has multiple open roles listed on LinkedIn.

The New York-based company – No. 304 on CRN’s 2023 Solution Provider 500 – has openings for roles including:

*Billing manager – the hire will “review, analyze and reconcile billing quantities for each product by client”

*IT desktop support technician – the hire will “provide best in class technical support to our clients via phone, email, remote login and/or on-site as necessary”

*Senior software engineer – the hire will “develop, test, and maintain web applications using React for the front-end, .NET C# Web API for the back-end, and SQL for database management”

*IT procurement associate – the hire will “provide quotes for product that meet clients’ requirements” and “maintain and update inventory system of internal hardware, periodically auditing hardware inventory”

*Senior system engineer – the hire will handle “onboarding of new clients to the platform, including but not limited to building and configuring AD as well as Azure AD domains, migrating data, and working with 3rd party vendors to migrate applications”


VC3 has a listing on LinkedIn this month for a level one IT field engineer in the Odessa, Texas, area.

The Columbia, S.C.-based company – No. 386 on CRN’s 2023 Solution Provider 500 – wants an engineer who can provide “technical assistance and support to VC3 clients … primarily performed at client sites when issues require a physical presence,” according to the listing.

The engineer will have to work with “customer line-of-business (LOB) applications and common applications like web browsers and Microsoft Office” and “common networking technologies such as DHCP and DNS,” among other technologies.

Candidates should have “at least 2 years relevant IT experience fully supporting and building customer environments” and “at least 2 years’ experience managing & working with the following technologies,” according to the listing.

Intact Technology

Intact Technology has multiple job listings on LinkedIn.

The Reston, Va.-based company – a member of CRN’s 2023 Managed Service Provider 500 – has openings that include:

*AppDynamics engineer – the hire will “engineer solutions and establish standards for AppDynamics functional components and specifically agent deployments, including optimizations and application tuning and instrumentation per requirements, as well as troubleshooting of agent issues and configuration of health rules, policies, and actions”

*Government contracts specialist – the hire will “ensure compliance with government regulations, including Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS), and agency-specific requirements”

*Senior ServiceNow architect – the hire will drive “key architecture decisions to solve critical complex problems for assigned and adjacent platforms”

*Project manager – the hire will “work alongside technical Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to build a detailed strategic plan to deliver on the established scope of work and customer requirements, and to ultimately deliver an unparalleled customer experience”

*ServiceNow business analyst – the hire will develop “innovative workflow solutions for strategic customer mission centric changes”


DynTek has an opening for a senior network engineer in the Las Vegas area.

The Irvine, Calif.-based company – a member of CRN’s 2023 Managed Service Provider 500 – wants an engineer who can deliver “complex technology-enabled projects and services to Mid-Market and Enterprise customers,” according to the listing.

The engineer will “work with clients throughout the solution lifecycle to plan, design and deploy technology solutions that meet aggressive delivery schedules, complex technical specifications, and high level requirements.”

Candidates should have a “bachelor’s degree or foreign equivalent degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or other similar related field and 5 years of industry experience in related Practice technologies.”


Scantron seeks a project coordinator for its Secur-Serv division, according to a LinkedIn listing.

The Eagan, Minn.-based company – No. 100 on CRN’s 2023 Solution Provider 500 – wants a coordinator who “guides projects and service calls from inception to completion and is the primary coordinator of all service activities to ensure the customer issue is resolved timely and effectively,” according to the listing.

The coordinator will “resolve service issues by coordinating with internal teams and communicating with the customer and service technician” and “make quick decisions to resolve site visit issues on the spot including while resources are onsite,” among other tasks.

Candidates should have “minimum 2 years’ experience in field service or call handling/dispatch work.”


Ahead has multiple listings on LinkedIn this month.

The Chicago-based company – a member of CRN’s 2023 Managed Service Provider 500 – has the following jobs among its openings:

*Workspace solutions pre-sales specialist – the hire will “collaborate with our AHEAD account teams to help identify, qualify, and build solutions that support our customer’s Digital Business transformation”

*ServiceNow project manager – the hire will manage “assigned technical projects” and execute “day-to-day management of assigned project segments”

*ServiceNow regional sales specialist – the hire will “drive and generate sales revenue, within existing accounts and also with net new logos”

*Client operations specialist – the hire will assist “assigned Client Directors in protecting and increasing the Gross Profit Margin (GPM) and customer satisfaction through a heightened level of client service and daily attention”

*Client director – the hire will consult “enterprise customers in their data center environment with a focus on Cloud/Hybrid cloud technologies, including: Public Cloud offerings, Compute, Storage, Virtualization, Network, and Automation/Orchestration”

*Lead warehouse clerk in Libertyville, Ill. – the hire will “lead the assigned warehouse staff to achieve departmental targets while maintaining a safe and efficient operation and executing services to meet AHEAD’s quality standards”