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Service Sales Account Manager, Southampton, Vertiv

Published 2022-06-28
Expires 2022-07-28
ID #1064361519
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Service Sales Account Manager, Southampton, Vertiv
United Kingdom, Hampshire, Southampton,
Published June 28, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Service sales account manager


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Job Title: Key Account ManagerReports To: National Key Account ManagerFunction: Service SalesLocation: UK JOB SUMMARY Scope:• To manage and improve the performance of selected dedicated service Key Accounts in cooperation with the relevant service operational teams. • To own the quality of service delivery to the account, including the monitoring of agreed key performance indicators.• To ensure account longevity and to maximise account potential and financial improvement. (Account profitability)• To manage and take responsibility for the account renewal process.• To manage the financial administration of the account.• To manage the provision of expert advice design, product application and standards guidance to the account.• To maximise all UPS, MES & Thermal product opportunities within the account to be directed through to the relevant Vertiv team and monitor on a regular basis (dependant upon frequency of meetings).• To manage future product / systems migration strategies for the account KEY ACTIVITIES/OBJECTIVES• Manage and control delivery of services for the account (or nominated 3rd party representatives) incl.• All account communications and escalation• Client meetings as agreed• Quotations provision in accordance with other managers• Responsibility for renewals of contracts• Orders placement and handling • Invoicing (monitoring)• Documentation control and monitoring (incl. clients records and reports)• Query resolution • Service sales support • Account administration (including handover to administration/operations)• Provision of expert advice and guidance for UPS, Generator’s & Thermal. (Co-ordination)• Forecasting future account workloads and provision of resources to meet the forecast demands. • Agree account specific performance indicators, implement monitoring and control mechanisms.• Monitoring ~ customer satisfaction, service backlog, call out response times and agreed account specific key performance indicators• Maximise account growth and Vertiv Value within account. JOB QUALIFICATIONS• Proven organisational skills ~ able to prioritise workloads, incl. the ability • to multitask effectively. • Proven people management skills ~ able to coach, lead and motivate the team.• Possessing a high level of commercial acumen and the ability to understand client’s • processes and business objectives.• Self-motivated and business focused with excellent communications skills.• The role is home based but may require some travel to the various offices and customer • sites.

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