VANRATH are pleased to be working with an industry leading telecoms firm who are recruiting for a high calibre candidate to fill the role of Business Development Manager.
In order to attract the very best talent on the market a generous remuneration package is on offer of £35,000 - £45,000 basic salary depending on experience plus generous commission structure with an OTE of £75,000. In addition to this the role also come with a range of fantastic benefits including:
- Annual salary review and achievable commission scheme
- 22 days holiday plus bank holidays (increasing with each year of service)
- Fantastic opportunities for ongoing development and progression
- Life assurance scheme
- Employee referral programme
- Service Awards
The Ideal Person
- Minimum of 2 years sales experience, ideally in field or B2B sales
- Previous experience working within the telecoms sector (on premise or cloud based solutions)
- Full driving License
- Customer focused
- Proven to be excellent at self-generating and winning new business
- A positive, ambitious and committed approach
- Engaging directly with executive level decision makers in a wide range of commercial business sector customers
- Selling our product portfolio across your territory, in a field / remote based role
- Achieve set monthly and quarterly sales targets
- Develop strategic understanding of our customer base including size, turnover, key stakeholders and business strategy
- Work closely with our product specialists and implementation team on all new customers - ensuring their journey from prospect to customer is seamless and professional
- Using your strong commercial acumen to create competitive, compelling proposals for our customers
For further information on this vacancy, or any other Sales / Business Development jobs in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Conor Groves in the strictest confidence.
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