Freight Forwarding Business Development Manager / Sales - Liverpool

Sales jobs >> Business Development

Negotiable

Permanent

Description

£35,000 - £60,000

(basic salary, in line with your sales history)

10% commission

Car or car allowance

Pension / Healthcare / Childcare benefits

25 days holiday plus bank holidays

Are you a commercially-minded Freight Forwarding Business Development / Outside Sales professional, with proven sales success? My client wants to talk to you today!

My client is a global Freight Forwarder with a number of operational centres across the globe, in the USA, Europe, Asia, and Middle East.

They have a proven successful history of providing excellent operational and customer support to their clients, giving you the perfect opportunity to go out and sell with confidence.

They are now looking for a new BDM / Sales Executive / Outside Sales / Sales Manager candidate with proven experience and consistent billings above £500k per annum.

You will need to be able to bring some business with you, and work independently, although a seat will be open for you at the office in the North West.

This is a real and very tangible opportunity for the right calibre of candidate - with strong Freight background, excellent commercial awareness, brilliant client relationships and the self-belief to confidently build a territory and develop a customer base.

If this is you, get in touch today and start 2021 right.

Reference ID: MG126

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £35,000 -£60,000 per year
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