Sales Development Manager – Electrical Vehicles

Sales Development Manager – Electrical Vehicles

Sales Development Manager – Electrical Vehicles – London or Reading

A lot of companies call themselves ‘market leaders’. This one genuinely is. They are experts in their market and dominate across the UK and wider markets.

An energy services company, the technology is highly effective and cutting-edge; the people ambitious and driven. It is the sort of company you will want to work for if you like fast-paced, variety and potential.

They are getting involved in the Electrical Vehicle market and so need to build a team to continue this success. A key success factor of this role is the ability to take concepts at an early stage and shape a technical and commercial solution relevant to client needs.

As the new Sales Development Manager, the role will have plenty of variety and so difficult to pin down exactly what a standard day would involve.  A good mix of the duties would however include:

  • You will identify the sector pipeline
  • You will present solutions to a wide variety of stakeholders both internal and external
  • You will identify the commercial and technical requirements of a project
  • You will work as part of a team to achieve our EV business plans

And finally, you will work with partners and suppliers to understand their solutions for the benefit of our clients

Here’s a little bit about what we want:

Ideally degree educated but not a deal breaker, technically competent (you will pick up new products easily) with exceptional communication and presentation skills. You will also have experience of the Electrical Vehicle market and experience of developing/selling products in the fleet or bus sector; you will definitely be career-focussed and wanting progression.

The package will include a basic salary in the region of 55k with car allowance and a 10% bonus.

All applications will be handled by Paul Withers at RAD Human Resources. If you haven’t received a response within 14 days give him a nudge, everyone will be replied to.

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