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Business Development Manager – CCTV

  • Reference: 318530
  • Location: Brighton
  • Salary: ​20-25k Base, 40-50k OTE + Excellent Benefits
  • Job type: Permanent
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Business Development Manager – CCTV
20-25k Base, 40-50k OTE + Excellent Benefits

Our technology client is a specialist provider of Telco, IT, Data and Security solutions. With security solutions covering everything from networked cameras through to the latest NVR technology, they are well placed to deliver both SME and corporate solutions in various vertical markets. Due to ambitious growth plans, they now have an exciting opening for a Business Development Manager to join their successful Sussex based team.

As an experienced CCTV Sales Executive, you will:

  • Sell a full range of CCTV and security solutions into new and existing accounts
  • Receive a consistent flow of warm leads
  • Attend our client’s office 1 day per week
  • Follow up on all leads and referrals
  • Work with other divisions to cross-sell solutions
  • Provide regular and accurate sales forecasts
  • Develop your product knowledge through industry training

You will:

  • Be intelligent and inquisitive, vibrant and polished
  • Have 1-2+ years experience gained in a B2B CCTV sales role
  • Possess business acumen, motivation and a dynamic yet professional approach to new business sales
  • Have first class communication and presentation skills and the ability to liaise with business owners at all levels
  • Display hunger and a strong desire to succeed
  • Hold a valid driving licence

The successful candidate can expect a negotiable base salary of 20-25k with a first year OTE of 40-50k plus car allowance, additional benefits, ongoing training and a fun, energetic and ever-evolving working environment. 

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