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8 months ago
Michael Page Sales
Basic Salary: £35000 - £43000 per annum
Location: London
Job type: Contract
Business sector: B2B
Contact: Alex La Riviere
Category: Sales Manager Jobs

A fantastic opportunity to join a leading trade body working within their commercial team. The role will see you manage their partner relationships ensuring retention and engage is kept high and client are bought into what the body is doing.

Client Details

My client is leading trade association focused on the travel sector. They work with a range business across the sector and help ensure that standards are met for both businesses and consumers and also help lobby government.


The Partnerships manager role will be to

  • Develop strong and meaningful relationships across the account portfolio
  • Work towards retention targets
  • Understand member's needs and develop strategies to build stronger engagement
  • Liaise with internal teams to develop sales and marketing strategy


The Successful Partnerships Manager will have the following skills

  • Background within the membership/trade association sectors
  • Understanding of member needs and value add of membership
  • Has worked within a commercial team and has measurable success in account management or relationship management positions
  • Able to work in a holistic manner
  • Strategic approach to commercial activity
  • Strong communication skills
  • Able to effectively manage a CRM system and use it to boost operational efficiency

Job Offer

The successful Partnerships Manager will receive

  • Competitive basic salary
  • 6 Month FTC
  • Central London based
  • Bonus and commission structure
  • Company benefits

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