• Area Business Manager - Dublin/Wicklow

    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(02/10/2018 11:53)
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    Our Client, one of Ireland's leading financial institutions and are currently recruiting for an Area Business Manager to cover the South Dublin/Wicklow territory


    Reporting directly to the National Field Sales Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible for new business sales within a defined segment (target company size and geographical territory) 



    • Salary up to €39k depending on experience plus
    • 40% Commission
    • Company Car
    • Expenses (Corporate Card)
    • Phone
    • Laptop
    • Health Insurance
    • Pension
    • Death in Service Benefit


    • To achieve set monthly targets in respect of new signings and new growth signings determined by the company.
    • Be responsible for identifying, developing and closing sales through sustained prospecting and activity.
    • To interface, support and stimulate quality high value sales leads and ‘core proposition’ sales across a network of Partner sites across your region.
    • Provide accurate detailed monthly and quarterly forecast and ensure information on AIM (Sales CRM) is kept up to date.
    • Understand and sell the whole product portfolio.
    • Maintain a high awareness and knowledge of the market, including industry, competitors and internal activities to ensure that all business opportunities are identified.
    • Interface with other internal departments (e.g. customer services) as required ensuring that customer issues are resolved to their satisfaction.
    • Comply with all elements of the sales charter, and with all company policies and procedures


    • Min 2 years direct sales B2B experience
    • Broad commercial and financial acumen and awareness of issues involved in negotiating contracts.
    • An influential and highly effective communicator
    • A team player able to work and support colleagues across a multi-national organization


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