Business Development Manager Job In Manchester, Greater Manchester

Published 2021-12-16
Expires 2022-01-16
ID #795990651
30000 £
Business Development Manager Job In Manchester, Greater Manchester
United Kingdom, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom,
Published December 16, 2021

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Business development manager
Min. Salary: 25000.00
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Summary of Functions:
Incredible opportunity for an ambitious and enthusiastic Sales professional to join RC Fornax as a Business Development Manager with unlimited earning potential. RC Fornax are a fast growing SME focused on work package management across Defence and Space industries, but are not limited to these industries.
RC Fornax are entering a period of rapid growth and this position is essential in contributing towards that growth.
You will report directly to the Head of Business Development who will provide training, direction and support, and you are expected to build, manage and grow your own accounts and process.
* You will be building and managing own pipeline.
* Develop new relationships in an effort to grow business and help company expand
* Understanding customer requirements and providing tailored work package solutions in collaboration with Project Delivery.
* Maintain a high level of company knowledge and understanding competition in the defence consultancy space.
* Attend webinars, conferences, and trade shows where applicable.
* Meet with potential customers remotely and/or in person.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
* Identifying appropriate leads within target industries / accounts and nurturing through to onboarding and hand over to project delivery.
* Following up on cold and warm leads through multiple communication methods and platforms to establish a meeting where you will seek to understand customer requirements and showcase our solutions.
* Generate Sales by providing the customer with an appropriate solution and ensuring we’ve onboarded correctly with all stakeholders, such as via procurement and engineering teams.
* Proactively develop relationships with potential and existing clients, grow and expand those accounts and work collaboratively with project delivery to ensure customer satisfaction.
* Research and development your target industry to understand business opportunities.
* Recording progress using the Atlassian toolset, ensuring the activity tracking board is up to date with any developments and detailed enough to allow for effective reporting.
* Liaising with the in house recruitment team, providing accurate information to enable effective candidate sourcing against the work package solution.
* Supporting reviews of candidates supplied by the in house recruitment team through an understanding of the client’s expectations and ensuring robustness prior to putting forward a solution.
Organisational Relationships:
This role is within the Sales function and the line manager shall be the Head of Business Development.
* Proven track record of driving results in a sales environment.
* Excellent communication skills
* High standard of written and verbal communication.
* A Proactive and determined attitude to delivering.
* Excellent team ethos and a quick learner
Physical Demands:
* Travel to customer premises where required.
* Representing RC Fornax in the public domain where applicable.
* Attendance of webinars, trade fairs and exhibitions.
Work Environment:
* This is a hybrid role with a mix of working from the office in Greater Manchester (SK6) and from home, typically 3 office days and 2 from home at the discretion of the company.
* Competitive Salary
* Fantastic uncapped commission structure
* Managing your own pipeline and accounts
* 28 days' holiday
* Remote / Office working flexibility - 1-3 days a week office based
How to Apply
Apply through this post or reach out directly to David Hogan - Head of Business Development at RC Fornax

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    Registered on October 7, 2017


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