This award winning firm is seeking a professional who has experience of generating business leads. Working as part of the marketing team and the Senior Management Team, you will take responsibility for actively managing new business campaigns, identifying business development opportunities and securing appointments. This is a targeted position, where you will be required to nurture long term relationships for prospect clients in the corporate pensions industry. Much of the work is phoned based and you will be someone who understands that rejection is a common place and remaining positive will be key to being successful in what is a difficult market. Key skill sets will be your enthusiasm and ability to interact with prospective clients and contacts at all levels and we are seeking someone with a background in the corporate pensions industry, ideally DB and DC and has been involved with the back office of Business Development. This role offers a competitive benefits package, and the role will be varied and offer career development.
Posted: 07/10/2019
Location
Open
Job type
Salary
£30,000 to £45,000 pa
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