Client Relationship Manager - Umbrella Services - £26k + £6-12k

Location
England, Middlesex, Staines
Salary
£26000 per annum + Credit Card, Laptop, Mobile, Pension
Posted
10 Apr 2017
Closes
08 May 2017
Ref
JN -032017-130093
Contact
BMS
Function
Sales
Business Sector
Non Food & Drink
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent
Client Relationship Manager - Umbrella Services - £26k + £6-12k + Car
  • Leading Services Provider
  • Growing Sales Team Due to Success
  • Fantastic Commission Scheme & Prospects

The Role: As Client Relationship Manager you will be working with recruitment agencies to provide business solutions to temporary workers. You will inherit an account base that you will have to manage and develop, speaking to consultants, agency owners and directors. You will also spend some of your time promoting their products and services to new companies. As a Client Relationship Manager you will play a key role which on performance can lead to progression in to more senior level roles.

The Company
: Having been established for over 20 years, our client has exciting plans in place to grow the business. They offer a range of umbrella services and now seek a new Client Relationship Manager to be based in the South East as they expand their sales team.
For this Client Relationship Manager position, we are looking for individuals who meet the following criteria:
  • Strong B2B sales experience
  • Sales of a service or solution is preferred
  • You will be tenacious and well-presented with a hugely positive approach
Benefits of this Client Relationship Manager role:
  • £26,000 Base Salary
  • + £6,000 - £12,000 Uncapped Commission
  • Generous Travel Allowance
  • Credit Card, Laptop, Mobile, Pension, 26 Days Holidays

Can't see anything that suits you? We only advertise a small proportion of available roles within our FMCG and commercial sales division. Contact us to discuss your background in confidence and we'll give you a measured and realistic appraisal of your background and career requirements[TP1] .

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