Internal Account Manager

You will work within a team helping to generate business opportunities focused on our IT services portfolio.

The Internal Account Manager is responsible for executing campaigns with the aim of generating meetings. You will also attend these meetings with the support of a senior sales team member to benefit from the personal development this will allow.

In addition you will also be given a number of existing trading accounts to manage, and a personal development plan to map your progress.

Previous sales experience is an advantage however candidates who can demonstrate their aptitude, willingness to learn, and are looking for the "next step" in their career, will be considered.

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Reeds Lane, Sayers Common
West Sussex, BN6 9LS
General enquiries: +44 (0)1273 834 000
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