Regional Technical Business Development Manager

Published:  02 July, 2012

Sector: Construction products

Location: West London / Home Counties

Salary: £38k + excellent benefits OTE £46k

Job description

One of Europe’s leading manufacturers of pipes/M&E products is seeking to recruit a professional regional technical business development manager. The client is the UK division of a £380m turnover company who is regarded as market leaders in its sector both in Europe and the UK.

The client's products are very high quality whilst being competitively priced and are primarily supplied via merchants and specialist distributors from their uk distribution base, and hold all required certification.

The client is seeking a candidate who is able to capitalise on their success to date and further develop their business in the uk as they introduce new and innovative products.

The role will centre around building and maintaining relationships with merchant groups, specialist distributors, stockists etc. Along with dealing with end users including D&B, M&E contractors, facilities management companies, specifiers, construction companies, major end users, etc., in the West London / Home Counties area.

Salary

£38k, OTE £46k and benefits - car, laptop, mobile, healthcare, pension, home office.

Personal specification

Experienced in the sales construction materials, preferably with a recognised industry qualification or the ability to demonstrate success in technical sales.

If you are interested in this role, please apply now by sending your details to register@srsuk.com.

All successful applicants will be contacted within seven days.

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