Business Development Manager
Our client, a local and highly successful logistics and courier company, is seeking a Business Development Manager
The idea candidate will have;
Bags of drive and enthusiasm
A results driven mindset
Confidence to prospect over the phone and build relationships quickly
A natural ability to work in a fast paced arena
Our client has an lapsed database of over 250 customer they simply haven't had time to reconnect with, in addition to over 60,000 potential businesses on patch that need contacting.
The ideal candidate will also be digitally savvy, with the ability to drive new business and lead through social media and online presence.
The salary on offer is very much dependent on skill set and experience as a Business Development Manager, but our guideline is £20,000 to £24,000 basic with an uncapped OTE, estimated to be £35,000 to £40,000 in year one.
Monday to Friday, no weekend work.
Our client has stressed their products and services are not 'hard sells', most targeted clients are open to using them so as far as Business Development Manager roles go, this is far from soul destroying!
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Who are you applying to?
The Solution Automotive Recruitment has been placing candidates into the UK Motor Trade since 1999. We have a fantastic relationship with all our clients and candidates across the country, many very long standing relationships.
If you are skilled and experienced Automotive candidate, we want to hear from you and rest assured, you'll be dealing with a person, not just a consultant!
Unfortunately due to the volume of applications we get, we can only respond to the candidates who match the criteria set for this vacancy. We will retain your CV on our database and make contact as and when suitable vacancies arise. We will NEVER send your CV anywhere without your permission.
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