Business Development Manager - Business Services - £30-35k OTE

England, Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes
£30000 - £35000 per annum + Car, Healthcare, Pension, Laptop
06 Mar 2017
03 Apr 2017
JN -022017-129184
Business Sector
Non Food & Drink
Full Time
Contract Type
Business Development Manager - Business Services - £30-35k OTE £50k + Car
  • Market Leading Services Firm
  • Rapid & Sustained Growth
  • Excellent Earnings Opportunities
The Company: Based in the South East, the successful Business Development Manager will be selling to umbrella companies, the construction industry and self-employed contractors in a purely new business capacity. You will benefit from good leads from their leadgeneration team and will also need to be proactive in your own networking activities. Selling to directors and office managers, the new business development manager will then pass the contacts to an account manager who will present to their contractors.

The Company
: Market leaders and part of a £200 million group, this company employs around 140 staff and is continuing to grow. They are currently looking to recruit a new Business Development Manager in the South East to sell their backdated tax rebate and secured loans services.

For this Business Development Manager position, we are looking for individuals who meet the following criteria:
  • Strong field sales skills
  • You will have a new business B2B track record
  • Sales of a service is highly preferred
  • Hungry and presentable sales people with a desire to earn great commission
Benefits of this Business Development Manager role:
  • £30,000 - £35,000 Base Salary
  • OTE £50,000 Year One, Uncapped Commission
  • Travel Expenses
  • Pension, Laptop, Mobile, 25 Days Holidays

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