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Business Development Executive - Recruitment - Remote, Oxford, Circle Loft

Published 2022-08-07
Expires 2022-09-07
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Business Development Executive - Recruitment - Remote, Oxford, Circle Loft
United Kingdom, Oxfordshire, Oxford,
Published August 7, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Business development executive - recruitment - remote
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Location: Remote (UK only) Salary: 25-40k (depending on level) Bonus: Annual Commission: Monthly WHO ARE WE? We are Circle Loft, a boutique consultancy offering Software as a Service recruitment advice and management to clients across the UK and Europe. Founded by an experienced Software Engineer, we specialise in sourcing quality candidates for a selected client base. We succeed based on four values; passion, Integrity, Relationships and Knowledge. We do not hard sell, we build long-lasting relationships and because of this, we are remembered for the right reasons by both client and candidate. WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR Circle Loft is growing, we are now looking for passionate and driven Business Development Executives who want to be a major player in scaling a small recruitment business. You should be excited by the idea of working for a young business and motivated by helping us grow at the same time as developing your career. We’re looking for a self-starter, a leader, someone with proven experience and someone who wants to be in control of their own future whilst having a work-life balance that is unrivalled in the sector. WHAT YOU WILL DO: Develop new business relationships across the London Technology scene Negotiate rates and onboard your new clients with a fluid onboarding process Create new processes that will benefit the business development team as it grows Work hand in hand with delivery and account managers to find the best outcome for the clients THERE’RE A FEW THINGS YOU SHOULD HAVE: Remote working experience An understanding of the SaaS model A mature attitude to work and life A track record of billing New and existing business development skills THIS ROLE WILL COME WITH SOME RESPONSIBILITIES TOO: You will need to establish a cold desk You will develop your own career path in line with the business ambitions. You will be able to work from home confidently

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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