Job Order: 1535
Territories:Montreal and surroundings
Sirius Personnel is a Placement and Headhunting Agency that Specializes in Sales and Marketing Professionals in Montreal.
Our client is an international corporation and a leader in the travel industry. They specialize in business services and business travel and offers an avant-garde corporate culture. We are looking for a business development manager who has already sold to large corporations at an executive level; someone who is a dynamic professional, an overachiever oriented towards KPI's.
Territory: Montreal and surroundings
Work Place: Montreal
Products/Services: Outsourcing business services(Corporate travel)
Commissions/Bonus: Potential commissions year 1 : $35,000 (depending on your performances)
Car allowance: $/km
Expenses reimbursement:All reasonable expenses will be reimbursed.
-Laptop and Iphone
-Target decision makers in large corporations
-Develop new accounts
-Strategically penetrate large accounts
-Enter all information in the CRM
-Maintain a high level of activity corresponding to the expectations of the company
-Participate in face-to-face meetings with executive level of large corporations
-Prospecting by phone, emails, social media and face to face
-Work in collaboration with the account manager who will be in direct contact with newly acquired clients
-Develop and use your own network of contacts
-Participate in corporate and networking events to develop a network of contacts
-Represent the services of the company in a professional manner
-All tasks essential to exceeding sales objectives
Development vs Maintenance:100% VS 0%
Road vs Office:50% VS 50%
Languages:Perfectly bilingual (English and French, oral and written)
Education:Post Secondary Diploma
Training:5 days of intensive training outside of Montreal
Overnight Travel: N.A.
Years’ of experience:2 to 5 years of experience selling at an executive level in large corporations
-Corporate and professional looking
Transferable contacts: Executive level contacts in large companies is needed
Transferable Knowledge: Knowledge of the travel industry will be considered an asset.