Corby£ 75,000 to £ 80,000 p.a. + benefitsPermanent
Job Reference: 013438
A large and growing FMCG company based in Northamptonshire are looking to recruit a Head of Business Development, this person will be experienced in direct selling and opening up new markets. You will also manage 3 direct reports while overseeing the international market development plan.
Salary: £ 75,000 - £ 80,000 p.a. plus bonus scheme, company pension, 25 days holiday plus bank, health plan, company funded training, and birthday day off!
Suitable for: Head of Business Development
Head of Business Development responsibilities:
Manage the development of 3 direct reports and also oversee annual budget for sales expenditure Oversee a monthly forecast of revenue and products to be sold through distributor markets Provide a monthly report to board on departmental performance and plans Both advise and work with the sales director on sales, objectives and integration plans Keep abreast of global wider commercial issues, economic developments and competitive activity You will lead the creation, planning and continuous improvement of owned markets Present new market proposals to board and also successfully integrate these into the existing set up Make sure that the relationship with distributors is in place and also engage with the start-up of new distributors Coordinate the working activities of the commercial nutritionist, ensuring the primary focus is on supporting market expansion plans and sales in established owned markets
As the Head of Business Development:
Experience of setting up new direct sales markets, from concept to launch Knowledge of the direct selling environment, such as how to run a market and manage a consultant network Ideally a degree in business management or similar Sales qualifications from an established institution such as Cranfield The ability to build strong working relationships and influence stakeholders
If you have the relevant direct selling experience and would like to apply, please forward a CV to Matthew Griffiths.