Internal Account Manager - Telford Hybrid - It Solutions, Telford, Penguin Recruitment Ltd

Published 2022-09-21
Expires 2022-10-21
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Internal Account Manager - Telford Hybrid - It Solutions, Telford, Penguin Recruitment Ltd
United Kingdom, Shropshire, Telford,
Published September 21, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Internal account manager - telford hybrid - it solutions

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Internal Account Manager - Telford (Hybrid) - IT Solutions £24000 - £27000 + OTE (10K uncapped) + Benefits An international company specialising in IT Solutions within the public and private sector are actively looking for a talented individual for the role of Internal Account Manager. They are searching for a candidate who has previous experience within IT and B2B sales to join their organisation to support the growing sales team based in Telford. Key duties of an Internal Account Manager: Conducting telephone and face-to-face meetings.Building and maintaining lasting relationships with clientele.Regular liaising with Business Manager providing relevant information.Ability to comply with the Company's policies.Represent the company in a professional manner.Be able to work towards set sales targets. Essential experience for candidates looking to apply for an Internal Account Manager role: Previous experience within IT sales experienceKnowledge and experience within B2B salesExcellent communication and customer service skillsMicrosoft Office proficientHard working and committed to going the extra mile The Internal Account Manager will be given the flexibly of working from home as this is a Hybrid role. The company itself is a privately owned established business with a global reach. As they are one of the leading ICT suppliers, the benefits they offer to successful candidates include private medical insurance, a corporate gym membership and a very clear career development path For more information of the Account Manager role and other positions, please email Zaria Sheikh on with a copy of your up-to-date CV. Commutable locations - Telford, Shropshire, Shrewsbury, Wolverhampton

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