Business Development Consultant – Construction Recruitment (Contract)
Here’s one for all the Business Development Consultants in recruitment.
We’re working with a contract recruitment company in the construction sector, who have some major clients on their books already and they are really keen to grow this – which is where you come in. They are looking for a Business Development Consultant to concentrate on the bringing on new clients to the business.
In an ideal world, you’ll come from a construction recruitment background, and really understand the importance and urgency of required by clients in the this sector.
If you don’t have experience with the above, it is not the end of the world and would still be worth throwing your hat in the ring, especially if you come from a fast-paced sales environment, and you’re someone who is used to be on the phones!
You’ll be responsible for identifying potential new clients, delivering quality outreach campaigns, cold calling, early account management and ultimately bringing on a range of new clients to the business within the construction sector.
You’ll receive great training here, and have direct access to the owner of the business, who has been there and done it, working his way up from a graduate recruiter, to now owning his own agency.
From a financial perspective, you’ll receive a base salary of up to £30,000, have an uncapped commission scheme and work from the offices in Kings Hill, so being within a commutable distance of the office is important for this one.
We appreciate this is a tiny snapshot of what you would do, so If you are interested and want to know more, call me, send me a message (Dan Beecher on LinkedIn), DM, or whatever is easiest. We encourage anyone who feels they are suitable, to apply, we love seeing diversity in our applicants. We use specialist technology to ensure there are no gender biases in our adverts.
Every applicant will receive a response. We sometimes make mistakes and miss things from CVs, so you will be given an opportunity to receive feedback and discuss the role in more detail if you feel necessary.