Are you an experienced BD professional with experience in selling into the Life Science markets? Do you want to be an integral part in the continued success of a business that was established some 75 years ago? If you have a scientific education along with the ability to create and maintain long-term business relationships, I want to hear from you!
This BDM will be responsible for further developing this territory for a well-established business that operates across more than 50 countries globally.
You will be talking to businesses from a real range of industries, introducing them to the wide range of atmospheric and process gases, as well as the relevant storage and usage equipment and any accompanying services necessary. There will be a focus on products such as liquid nitrogen, so any prior experience in this area would be beneficial.
Living within the territory is essential. The clients that are already established in your area will need you to continue to service them, as well as developing new client relationships wherever possible. To enable this, you will need to be an excellent communicator, negotiator and market specialist.
This will be a travel intensive role against a large territory, so the ability to manage your time and plan your day effectively will be crucial to your success.
So what experience should you have? A technical or commercial background in Speciality or Industrial Gases, laboratory chemicals or consumables would be beneficial as this will be a similar sales cycle.
How will you be rewarded? A strong basic salary is on offer as well as a company car, significant bonus and commission as well as full company benefits.
For more information or to apply, please contact Steve Coomber on 01423 813520 or alternatively send your CV, along with any relevant information, to email@example.com.
Please note that all applicants for this role should be able to prove that they are legally entitled to work in the UK. Network Scientific Recruitment, part of Network Scientific Ltd. is an Employment Business/Agency.
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