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Business Development Manager

  • Clifton Gray
Company: Clifton Gray
Salary: £35,000 - £40,000
Location: Cheshire
Contact Name: Stephanie Jones
Email: stephanie@cliftongray.co.uk
  • Anywhere

Our client, a well-established property management organisation in the North West, currently has an exciting opportunity for a Business Development Manager to join the team.

Working closely with the directors you will use your existing sales expertise and property knowledge to help build on the firms already extensive portfolio of residential and student properties.

The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of driving new business and with a strong sale focus will use their skills of negotiation and rapport building to help secure new opportunities for the company. The role will involve nationwide travel, as well as attending of networking events to enable you to do so.

This role is an ideal opportunity for an individual with previous Property Business Development experience, looking for the next step in their career. Our client is looking for someone with excellent interpersonal skills, as well as strong organisational skills and good attention to detail. IRPM qualifications desirable but not essential.

Basic salary is circa £35,000 – £40,000 depending on experience, with an uncapped commission structure plus benefits.

If this opportunity sounds of interest, and you would like to join this ambitious and fast-growing organisation, please contact Stephanie Jones on 07858 615444 for a confidential discussion.

Clifton Gray is a specialist property recruitment consultancy. We specialise in placing property professionals within architecture, residential property, and commercial property. We recruit from entry level through to senior appointments.

To apply for this job email your details to lisa@cliftongray.co.uk

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