Business Development Manager – Life Science

Full Time Permanent

UK Jobs Board

The Company:

Leading global manufacturer of pneumatics with a reputation for quality and service.

Currently looking to strengthen the Business Development team.

Outstanding position for someone seeking Kudos and recognition in the business.

Full product training provided.

Excellent benefits package.

The Role:

Business Development Manager role focussing on people who use pneumatics in their own manufactured products (OEM's).

Targeting customers in the life science sector.

Winning new business and managing existing accounts.

Niche applications such as the government’s ventilator project.

Typically, you are selling a value proposition and it is important to sell the right proposition to the right person in the account.

This is a component sales role where once they sell the concept the product is used repeatedly.

This person will have a buddy for at least the first 6 months to help with learning.

Typically, 1-2 calls per day (not KPI'd).

£45k-£55k plus 25% bonus.

Can live between the M4 and M62 – Covering nationwide.

The Ideal Person:

Proven track record of OEM Business Development.

Life Science or Pharmaceutical OEM sales experience

Aggressive, new business hunter.

Engineering products – any sector.

Worked with large production clients selling components.

Able to sell a value proposition.

Able to deal with all levels within a production OEM.

Consultant: Darren Wrigley

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Candidates must be eligible to work and live in the UK.

About On Target

At On Target, we specialise in sales, technical and commercial jobs in the Engineering, Construction, Building Services, Medical & Scientific, and Commercial & Industrial Solutions sectors, enabling our consultants to become experts in their market sector. We place all levels of personnel, up to Director across the UK and internationally

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