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9 months ago
Michael Page Sales
Basic Salary: £45000 - £55000 per annum
Location: London, Berkshire, Slough, Oxfordshire
Job type: Permanent
Business sector: B2B
Contact: Matthew Woolley
Sector: Energy and Environment, B2B
Category: Business Development Jobs

The business development manager role is focused on developing regional/national accounts to identify new opportunities within a client base

You will be selling full contracts wherever possible and make introductions for other parts of my clients business.

Client Details

My client is a market leader within the energy sector, with a big focus on greener energy. With outstanding values across the whole business. This is a great opportunity to join someone who cares for employees.


- Achieve sales targets

- Develop and demonstrate an understanding of the current market

- Complete all written documentation, bids, technical proposals etc

- Accurate weekly forecasting of new business opportunities and pipeline management

- Develop relationships throughout the clients business to maintain customer focus and collaborative approach

- Grow strong internal relationships


- Preferred track record of sales achievements within the last 3-5 years

- Experienced new business hunter and account manager

- Proven closing ability in converting £500k-£1.5m complex solutions

- Knowledge or experience of strategic selling processes

- Experience of selling into B2B markets

- Demonstrate market knowledge in contracting and direct end user sectors

- Sales force experience

Job Offer

£45,000 - £55,000 Base

OTE £15,000

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