7 months ago
Are you currently an Account Manager looking for the next step?
Want to work with some of the UK’s largest companies?
Want to sell L&D services, helping companies grow the most valuable parts of their business… the people who make it happen?
If you answered yes to the above, then read on to find out more about our role!
What is the role?
As an Account Manager, you will have responsibility for existing and potential clients within specific industry sectors. You will proactively research and contact client organisations to explore opportunity for and position L&D skills courses to meet client needs.
Financial package and benefits
We are offering a competitive base salary (dependant on experience), plus substantive reward package. We also provide a private pension as well as 25 days holiday, 2 days paid Charity work each year for a charity of your choice (which we actively encourage), 3 days of additional training which does not need to be relevant to your role from our very own course selection (1,200 to be precise), discounted gym membership and cycle to work scheme.
Who are TAP?
One of the UK’s leading providers of trainer skills qualifications and double recipient of the Queens Award for Enterprise - Innovation; 2005 & 2016.
TAP® (Training Accreditation Programme), provide skills-based courses for trainers and subject matter experts, all supported by competent assessment and robust observation criteria. Our Quality Assured skills courses increase learner engagement and improve learning transfer; increasing individual and business performance. Clients span both Public and Private Sector including 40% of the FTSE 100.
Must haves (We do need the following):
* Outbound or direct sales experience
* Track record of success in a sales environment
* Computer and IT literate
* Ability to use MS Office
* Great people skills (sounds cliché but building relationships is what this role is all about)
* Client-centric – experience of going above and beyond.
* B2B sales experience within L&D or Recruitment
How to apply
When you’ve found the role you want, click the ‘Apply’ button to open the application form. We’ll ask you to upload your CV, and to enter some personal information and provide additional supporting information depending on the role. Remember, this is your time to shine, so please ensure that anything you would like us to be aware of is included in your application. Once you’ve applied, you will be sent a password to your own private account area where you’re able to keep track of the current status of your application(s), as well as read all of the previous email communications, and action requests that have been sent to you.
Once we’ve reviewed your application, a member of the Talent Acquisition team will be in contact with an update on your application. If your application is being progressed, a telephone interview will be scheduled with the Talent Acquisition team to discuss the opportunity, your skills and experience – this is also a great time for you to ask any questions that are important to you. The next stage of the process will then vary depending on the role, division or level you’re applying for, however this may involve 2-3 stages, including technical, HR or competency questions, or might ask you to complete an online work-style assessment as part of your application. Our Talent Acquisition team will explain exactly what the interview and assessment process will be.
If you’re successful and an offer is made to you, we will make the verbal offer and work with you to agree a provisional start date. Your Talent Acquisition Consultant will keep in touch with you, and answer any questions you have. They’ll also support you with any steps involved to confirm your offer. The formal offer paperwork will be sent to you by our People Team, along with any requests for any additional information required.
We take professional and/or educational reference checks on all of our employees so you will be asked to provide this information when returning your contract. For these checks, we do allow people to start with us whilst the checks are in process, however please do note that employment with QA is based on satisfactory references.
For some roles within the business, we also carry out additional checks such as DBS or DV Clearance, depending on the role or division you will be working in (it will be made clear at the beginning of the recruitment process if additional checks will be part of the offer for the role you’re applying for) – for some of these additional checks, it is important that these are completed prior to you joining QA.
Welcome to QA! Prior to joining you should have all the information you need to get started on day one and are likely to have a 'Buddy' assigned to you who will help and guide you during your first few weeks here. Your line manager will develop a personal induction plan for you, as well as ensuring that you also go through the company induction so you have a full understanding not just of your role but also of QA as a whole.