|Job Title||Senior Business Development Manager - EXPIRED|
|Location||City of London, London|
|Salary||£42000 - £45000 per annum|
|Job Published||22 Apr 2015|
|Contact Name||TPP - HR & Specialist Support Permanent Team|
Are you motivated by achieving targets and excited by an opportunity to join a newly created Business Development team to work with private sector partners to secure the income for a well-established public health charity, focused on reducing harm?
As the Senior Business Development Manager (SBDM) you will:
*Be responsible for developing successful relationships with a portfolio of large private sector funders and partners
*Thrive on delivering to agreed income generation targets
*Find creative ways to optimise and stretch existing accounts
*Develop the Business Development team capability by establishing sound processes, imparting your skills and coaching others
Newly created, this team has ambitious plans to develop partnerships and grow income in order to extend the reach of its work. You will manage a portfolio of funders and potential funders and have the opportunity to develop an Account Manager and intern.
As SBDM you will need to:
*Have the tenacity and negotiation skills to close deals quickly but gently
*Bring a track record of success generating income from your accounts
*Be educated to degree level
*Bring experience of managing successful relationships with private sector partners
*Relish the opportunity to coach others
The organisation will provide you with a competitive salary and benefits, a wellbeing grant to support personal development as well as host of other benefits.
Please be aware the interviews for this position are expected to take place on 08/12/14 of May; there is a 2 stage interview process.
To apply for the Senior Business Development Manager role, please email your CV to our Office Support team quoting the reference number 50510SBR.
TPP is committed to equal opportunities and actively encourages applications from all sectors of the community. We shortlist based on competencies and not on race, religion, sex, physical or mental disability, or age.