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Business Development Manager - Timber Packaging


TERRITORY: NORTH EAST (90% of the customers are within a 40 mile radius of Newcastle. The "patch" is up to the borders North, across to Cumbria West and down to the top of North Yorkshire in the South.)

£25K To £35K + An Attractive Salary Package Is Available To The Right Candidate (Dependent Upon Experience And Ability) + Fully Expensed Company Car + Business Mobile Phone + Laptop

Our Client is a leading, award-winning designer and manufacturer of innovative packaging solutions. They are currently looking to recruit a Business Development Manager to join their team.

This role is aimed at a sales person who is ambitious and wants to make a real positive impact on the business.

Responsibilities / Requirements:

  • To generate additional new sales as appropriate to the needs of the business.
  • To have the necessary skill sets which enables them to identify appropriate sales growth and retention opportunities within the current customer base.
  • Must then be able to demonstrate the ability to strategically create and execute a plan for the development and retention of the customer base whilst maximising a profitable return at all times.
  • The successful candidate would be a confident, dynamic and energetic self-starter who will possess a high level of self-initiative combined with a strong motivation to succeed on a personal and company level.
  • The candidate should be used to working within commercial targets and be able to present this information on an as required to basis.
  • A good basic usable understanding of computer technology, including but not exclusively - word, excel & PowerPoint etc.

The successful candidate will become part of a friendly team within a growing business whose primary aim is to profitably provide its customers with good quality products within an environment of providing exemplary customer service at all times.

£22K To £35K



0161 486 3104

Business Development Manager - Timber Packaging

England, UK

Published on 16 Jan 2019