Business Development Manager

This vacancy is now closed

Job reference
24674
Location
London
Full/Part-time
Full-time
Salary
Competitive Salary
Recruiter's name
Andy Whitlock
Closing date
23/05/2019
Recruiter's email
andy.whitlock@grayhealthcare.com
Description

Business Development Manager

£Competitive

If you are based in the Greater London area particularly northern regions and have a passion for selling, influencing, negotiating in order to improve the lives of others we’d love to talk to you.


As one of our key Business Development Managers you will be field-based covering your region, generating and activating all leads across your patch. This is a newly created position within our growing Business Development team and will play an instrumental role in expanding Gray Healthcare as a whole.

You’ll ‘own’ your region, building strong credible relationships with CCGs, senior NHS England managers, Local Authorities and the local healthcare network. You will represent the organisation and articulate the Gray Healthcare offering across your region.

As the face of the BD function in your designated area you’ll be an autonomous professional, highly skilled communicator and you’ll love winning new business and ‘selling’ our unique healthcare offering day in day out. You’ll be out and about a minimum of 80% of your working week so being a car owner and driver is essential.

You’ll need experience of working in a similar role within healthcare particularly mental health, learning disabilities and enjoy an opportunity to work with a progressive organisation in a role with huge earning potential.


As a Gray Healthcare Business Development Manager you will receive a competitive salary with a car allowance and a highly lucrative commission structure

Gray Healthcare provides dedicated healthcare in the home promoting quality of life and independence in order to create the best possible chance for sustained recovery.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

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