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Business Development Manager
Start up who has exceeded 100% year on year growth since starting in 2017 Being part of a brand new channel looking after both the ROI and Northern Ireland means loads of potential career progression as the team grows. Has sensors in over 70 cities and towns in the UK Business Development Manager - Transport The Business Development Manager role: As a Business Development Manager you are tasked with reaching out to local authorities and those involved in transport planning to educate on the solutions out client offers, from the hardware (sensors) to the software which provides data analytics, this state of the art solution is miles ahead of where their closest competitor is in terms of up to date technology. There is also currently one account which will need managing. As your account base grows you will be required to travel to Ireland to meet with the transport planners and local authorities. To be considered for this Business Development Manager role you will need: To have sold into the public sector and local authorities 5 years' experience within sales Experience dealing with bids and tenders To be used to longer sales cycles Experience selling complex tech/into automotive/transport/mobility would be desirable The package and benefits on offer for the Business Development Manager Role: £40k - £60k Basic DOE (OTE £110k) L&D budget per person 25 Days annual leave Bank Holidays Cycle2work Different committees such as Mental Health The Company you will be working for as a Business Development Manager: The company the Business Development Manager will be joining uses sensors to gather real time data in order to make traffic lights smarter, spot dangerous manoeuvres all to improve safety on the roads. They have grown year on year by over 100%. This company anonymises all data as the privacy of citizens is at the forefront of their minds. Location of the Business Development Manager: For this Business Development Manager role, you will need to be able to commute into the office in central London a couple of times a week. As the role develops travel to Ireland will be required.