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Business Development Manager

 South East England

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South East England 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Business Development Manager
Reference #: 19746_1578410111
Location: South East England
Salary: £30000 - £100000 per annum
Sector:
Type: Permanent
Posted On: 07/01/2020

Job Ref: 19746

Job Title: Business Development Manager

Location: South East

Salary: OTE £100k+

Opportunity:

An innovative market leader within the energy management procurement industry are looking to appoint a Business Development Manager. If you have the ability to create and grow a long-term portfolio of medium to large commercial energy users, have experience of exceptional customer focused sales and are looking for a career-defining move, this could be the opportunity for you.

Role & Company:

As a Business Development Manager, you will be responsible for selling market leading Energy Procurement and Energy Management solutions to a wide range of market and corporate clients.

You will be accountable for managing a strong sales pipeline, focusing on developing predetermined regional and sector clusters with a consistent and strategic sales approach. You will be accountable for acquiring new customers as well as pipeline development via networking, prospecting and the utilisation of in-house appointment teams. You will also be responsible for negotiating with a broad range of clients including Business Owners, Directors, Finance, Procurement and Energy Managers in order to maximise commercial terms.

Day to day, you will be creating bespoke sales collateral using the company template library and in-house resources to engage and convert prospects into customers. Using the company CRM platform, you will update and manage the progression of activities from opportunity creation to close.

If you are highly motivated, ambitious and want to work for a company that cares about staff and clients alike, this is a great opportunity.

Qualifications & Experience:

This role is suited for an out-going individual, with the ability to influence at all levels and to harness and generate introductions from a wide range of stakeholders. To be successful in this role, you will have:

  • A proven track record of high achievement in winning business (essential)
  • Proven field sales experience (essential)
  • An understanding of how energy markets operate impacting prices & knowledge of non-commodity prices
  • Experience of selling added value energy management solutions to energy users and multi-site clients
  • A positive and confident personality with excellent communication skills

If you have the suitable skills and experience, please apply directly or get in touch with Charis Evans on 020 7960 2588 or email

 
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