Business Development Manager, Scotland and North England

Employer Business in the Community (BITC)
Job Type Service/Project Management
Location Edinburgh and the East
Specific Location Edinburgh based with extensive travel
Salary £37,500 - £40,000
Closing Date Noon, Thursday 4th July 2019

Description

BTA (Bruce Tait Associates) are delighted to be working with Business in the Community (BITC) in their search for a Business Development Manager, Scotland and North England.

Are you passionate about tackling some of the most critical issues facing our society but are not sure how you would use your skills and experience to effect lasting change?

Business in the Community is the oldest and largest business-led membership organisation dedicated to responsible business. Created by HRH The Prince of Wales it inspires, engages and challenge its membership, mobilising that collective strength as a force for good.

A key part of their success comes from building and sustaining meaningful and beneficial relationships. Can you be their Business Development Manager, acquiring and inspiring new member companies mainly across the Central Belt and Aberdeen? As a part of the business development team you will attract new members, keen to develop their own business in a way that benefits their staff and wider community. You will also support and upskill your BITC colleagues empowering them to identify leads and encourage advocacy amongst members.

You will be an active listener, able to see the opportunities and understand the priorities of the potential member. You will then use your knowledge to suggest suitable partnership opportunities with the charity. With a background in successful relationship/account management, you will no doubt be a successful communicator, tailoring your communications to each situation.

You will be experienced in generating business growth, influencing, pitching and negotiating with senior staff in in FTSE 250 or equivalent companies, able to show how these relationships have been mutually beneficial. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of issues affecting business and society and will share the values of Business in the Community, appreciating that businesses have real power to create a skilled, inclusive workforce, build thriving communities and innovate to repair and sustain our planet.

It is essential that you can self-manage, prioritise and organise your diary. Travel will play a big part in your daily routine so you must flexible, fleet of foot and used to working on the move as you will attend regular team meetings in London and Leeds. In return, Business in the Community offers you an important career opportunity to make a substantial contribution to the business and charity sectors. They have a vibrant membership of hundreds of businesses, large and small, connected by the conviction that their successes are inextricable linked to society’s prosperity. If this mirrors your vision for a fairer society, get in touch now to find out more and apply.

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If you, or anyone that you know, would like to find out more about this role, please email [email protected] as soon as possible for further information prior to making your application.

Closing date: Noon, Thursday 4th July 2019

1st Interview date: Tuesday 16th July 2019

2nd Interview date: Wednesday 24th July 2019

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