Sales Executive - Tech Sales - Contract Up to £350 per day
Our client is a global technology business and leader in digital transformation. We are looking for a candidate with a background in selling complex hardware and software IT resources to mid - large sized organisations in the UK. This role is focusing on new business development. This is 6 month contract position.
Job Title - Sales Executive
Industry - Technology
Location - Midlands (home based)
Rate - £350 / day plus commission
Your role will be to sell a range of IT hardware and software products into mid - large sized organisations within a given territory. You will be generating your own leads, following up on leads from the telesales team and also utilising your own network of contacts to bring in new business. The role is home based, we are looking for candidates based in either the Midlands (preferably Birmingham) or along the M4 corridor. You will be working towards new business sales targets, sales can typically be closed within a 3 month sales cycle and order sizes will be upwards of £50K.
The ideal candidate will have experience selling complex IT products into a range of end user organisations and understand / be an expert in the VAR market. You will be comfortable working autonomously and, in a home-based role. Ideally, you will be well connected and have a black book of contacts that you could utilise in the role. As this is a new business sales role, you must be comfortable working towards and achieving aggressive new business sales targets and selling to key buying decision makers.
My client will pay £350 per day plus commission. APPLY NOW for more information and you will be contacted for a strictly confidential conversation to establish whether it is a good fit for both parties. Short listing has begun and first round interviews are being scheduled.
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