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Key Account Manager, Leeds, Hiit Ltd T/a Ethica Recruit

Published 2022-08-14
Expires 2022-09-14
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Key Account Manager, Leeds, Hiit Ltd T/a Ethica Recruit
United Kingdom, West Yorkshire, Leeds,
Published August 14, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Key account manager


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Our client is a competitive distributor within the FMCG sector serving a wide range of retail and wholesale customers. Over the last few years they have seen huge growth and are looking for someone to join their team as a Key Account Manager. The business is dynamic, fast moving and a great place to be. They have a fantastic company culture and support progression throughout. As Key Account Manager you will: Manage a range of retail and convenience customers throughout the UK & Ireland Responsible for growth within these accounts Responsible for new business within this area - drive new accounts Manage your own journey plan & diary There is a new business focus and you will spend around 20% of your time nurturing new leads & customers and looking for new opportunities. As a person you will be a self starter & have a passion for growth and success. You will be a team player and have excellent communication skills. What you will receive: £40K salary - dependent on experience £40K bonus - very realistic to double your salary Car allowance Company pension Staff discounts Fantastic career progression If this sounds like you then get in touch

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    Hiit Ltd T/a Ethica Recruit
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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