VANRATH are assisting in the recruitment of a Business Development Manager for a leading Capital Equipment company that is looking to evolve in the Northern Irish market, after having successfully thrived in the Southern Irish market.
This is a extremely exciting and rare opportunity on the market as the plan is for this role to evolve over time - Initially the first year OTE is excepted to be £70k - £80k, with Year 3 expected to be £100k+. There is also potential opportunity for a Branch Manager position if the Northern Irish market evolves.
Role is alike to an External Sales position - Most of time spent customer facing (Car & Fuel provided).
Monday - Friday - Permanent position.
£37,000 - £42,000 (Negotiable) + Expected OTE of £70k - £80k (Year 1) & Car (Of your choice) & Fuel Card - Really exciting position with tonnes of growth potential
This role will involve looking after the Northern Irish Market - and will involve a lot of external sales. The successful candidate will be specifically tasked with attracting new business for the company, while also managing some existing accounts. This is a very rare opportunity for a experienced and hungry sales individual with an existing contact base in Northern Ireland that they can make use of to drive new business and grow the company in the Northern Irish Market.
- Full Job spec available upon request/application
- At least five years' experience in a project-based sales role, ideally selling capital equipment.
- A proven track record of project sales achievement.
- Demonstrate that you can close deals.
- Experience in developing and maintaining positive relationships with the key decision makers and influencers, selling top down.
For further information on this opportunity, or any other jobs in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Conor Groves.
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