• Area Business Manager - North Dublin

    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(02/10/2018 12:06)
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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 North Dublin 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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