Due to rapid growth and expansion in 2016, we are looking to expand our team and hire an experienced Sales Account Manager/ Director to join our award winning Database Managed Services Company based in Central London.
This is a fantastic opportunity to hit the ground running in a well-established and mature sales practice whilst working alongside some of the most experienced sales professionals within the industry.
dsp is the UK’s leading Database Managed Services Provider and have been pioneering remote DBA support for more than 18 years. As Oracle Platinum and Microsoft Gold Partners our focus is on delivering a 24*7 proactive monitoring and DBA services to a range of mid-market and FTSE 250 clients; whom come from a verity of industries and run a wide range of business critical applications.
As a dsp Sales Account Manager/Director, you will be instrumental in supporting our ambitious growth strategy for 2017. The role will require you to think strategically, build multiple relationships in high growth potential organisations and ultimately take ownership of all your accounts. Working closely with both our Marketing and Technical teams to acquire new business and ensure that existing customers are satisfied with the level of service they are receiving.
Responsibilities Include but not limited to:
Experience & knowledge
Job Title – Sales Account Manager/ Director
Location – Central London
Reporting To – Sales Director
Salary – Competitive with uncapped OTE (Dependent on candidate experience)
To apply for this position please call 07557 263 433 or send a copy of your CV to email@example.com stating the job title.
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