A day in the life of a BNZSA rocker

Wondering what being a Rocker is all about or what exactly their day-to-day job entails?

Here’s what a typical day in the life of a BNZSA Rocker looks like:

7:30 – Breakfast with the team!

Before starting for the day, our Rockers help themselves to some free breakfast in the canteen. And maybe a coffee to get the energy going for the day.

Our rooftop terrace is a great spot to watch the sunrise over the mountains too – what a way to start the morning!

8:00 – Team Meeting

Every day our teams kick off with a quick meeting to set goals and motivate each other for the day ahead.

8:15 – Time to hit the phone!

Let’s get down to business! Each Rocker will have one or two campaigns that they work on depending on their market. From hardware, to software, to servers, each Rocker has their strengths. Their coaches and team leaders work together to make sure each Rocker works on the right campaign for them!

Rockers have a list of companies the client wants to target, so they ring each of these accounts. The idea is to identify what companies have an IT project, and what are the best opportunities for our clients to make a sale.

Talking to people on the phone is always the best way to gather info, so our Rockers always make sure to ask the right questions – who is the best person to talk to? Who is the decision maker? What days are they in the office? Etc.

11:30 – Warm Handover

A Warm Handover (or a WHO as we call it for short) is BNZSA’s own process of handing a lead over to our clients.

Woohoo a Rocker managed to speak to the right decision maker on the phone – and even better they have an upcoming project and are interested in learning about our clients’ products or services. So, they set up a WHO – a three-way call between them, the client, and the decision maker to introduce them to each other.

Rockers work closely with our clients, being sure to brief them before the WHO so they are prepared for the call and know what kind of project the prospect has and what kind of information they want to know!

13:00 – Lunch

Time to grab a bite to eat. Our canteen is equipped with plenty of microwaves and vending machines or as Mercadona is only a 5-minute walk away, our Rockers are spoilt for choice.

If they feel like it, they can also join our free yoga classes that take place during lunch hour!

14:00 – Team Meeting

A quick team meeting to re-group and get going for the last few hours of the day. It’s a great way for our Rockers to motivate each other after lunch!

14:15 – Power hour!

Each market has their own “power hour” – the best hours for calling. It’s time to hit the phones and get some leads and power through till the end of the day!

17:00 – Home time!

And just like that another day done and time to unwind.

Our Rockers have the choice to stay at the office and train with Adrian who gives free fitness classes twice a week or they can hitch a ride on our BNZSA Bus into the city centre to enjoy everything Madrid has to offer!

Levelling up your career with BNZSA 

We have been so lucky to have some great Rockers come through our doors over the years.  

We know not all of them will stay with us forever, but we’re happy to know that we’ve helped them build the skills and knowledge they needed to take the next steps in their career.  

See what our BNZSA Alumni Ludovic and Sebastian have to say about what they learned during their time at BNZSA.  

How does the BNZSA Roadie program work?

Want to join the band, but based outside of Madrid? Don’t worry!

We launched our Roadies Program in April 2022 to expand our reach outside of Madrid. We are proud to have our headquarters in Las Rozas and we have a lot of talent here, but we want to open the market to the rest of Spain. From Galicia to Alicante and the Canary Islands, BNZSA’s doors are now open to people across Spain!

How will it work for the Roadies?

Roadies can be based anywhere in Spain, but you will spend the first week of onboarding with us in Las Rozas. Once you get to grips with the BNZSA way and set yourself up with all the skills you need to, you will be able to work from the comfort of their own home starting week two!

As a Roadie you will then come to the office once per quarter in order to spend time with your team and enjoy the BNZSA lifestyle!

Do Roadies have the same supports in place as Rockers based in Madrid?

Of course! Roadies have the same access to the BNZSA support network as every Rocker - Team Leaders, Coaches and everyone else here in Madrid who strives to keep you on top of your game. Roadies also have a dedicated Office & Logistics team to support and organise your quarterly visits.

We all know we are working to build business relationships and put leads on the board – that will always be the same for Rocker and Roadie alike.

Can Roadies work from outside of Spain?

Currently we are only hiring in Spain. Spain is our home, we are a Spanish company, and our headquarters are in Madrid – we want people who are working in remote to still feel part of the office, enjoy our work culture, and to come and visit easily.

The BNZSA Passport scheme to work for a short period from anywhere in Europe is open to Rockers and Roadies alike.

Getting your NIE in Madrid

You’ve just moved to Spain. You have paperwork to sort out, you need to open a bank account and not to mention sorting accommodation!

It can all seem a bit overwhelming. We know, a lot of us have been there!

That’s why we’ve put together a simple step-by-step guide on how to get your NIE as an EU citizen!

Check out the guide here: