Beatfreeks is seeking a highly organised, target driven and self-motivated Business Development Manager to join our team.
Working to win new work from clients and partners such as Google, Selfridges and West Midlands Combined Authority, you will support the General Manager (Development) with all things new business from identifying and qualifying leads through to creating and negotiating proposals, pitching new work, and contracting.
You will thrive in a fast-paced, youthful environment, be a self-starter, have a high standard of yourself and others and be able to get a bit thrifty when needed. We’re seeking someone creative, ambitious and determined with excellent communication and relationship building skills; someone with a track record of being target focused and driving sales for a service driven business.
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For a more detailed list of key responsibilities please read our job pack below.
Required Skills & Experience
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Our full personal specification can also be found in our job pack below.
The Beatfreeks values (BE BOLD, BE CURIOUS, BE IMAGINATIVE, BE FREE) are incredibly important to who we are and have been since we were founded in 2013. We try to live and breathe these values throughout all of our work. We make time to reflect on how present they are ensuring they stay live.
Why we love working at Beatfreeks
How to Apply
Please submit your CV and brief covering letter or video, pitching to us why you believe you would be the best person for this role, and highlighting your relevant experience via this link.
We’re not just committed to being an equal opportunity employer, we actively celebrate diversity in all its forms.
We actively welcome and want to hear from applicants who are marginalised. If you aren’t sure if this is for you and are cautious about putting yourself out there (we’ve been there…) then why not have a chat with someone in the team first by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Amy Clamp at email@example.com
Let us know if we can do anything to make the application or interview process more accessible.
Please note, proof of the right to work in the UK will be required.
The application deadline is 5pm Sunday 12th September.
Interviews will take place on Monday 20th September.