Received from Natalie Fox of Kleboe Jardine, Recruitment Agents.

"I am looking for Police Officers that have ideally been ranked above the level of ‘Sergeant’ and that aren’t content with putting their feet up just yet! I have two opportunities available and I have copied a brief description below:

My client is a leading UK-based designer and manufacturer of cutting edge technology systems for the global marketplace. The company provide a complete range of high-accuracy components including software, cameras and hardware as well as complete solutions.
The company also provides powerful, easy-to-use, mobile data solutions for remote searching of multiple types of databases to support business process improvement and enhancing front-line policing and other market sectors. The decision has been made to recruit a Business Development Manager to reinvigorate the market and capitalize on excellent reference sites that have been established in organisations. The business has a created a fresh approach and a new structure to increase the efficiency, effectiveness and profitability of customer engagement whilst also improving positive customer experience.
The Business Development Manager is responsible for a specific territory and will involve proactively networking, generating new business, opening new markets and assessing the feasibility of focusing on new clients, and sectors whilst continuing to work with existing clientele to assist in identifying and progressing new opportunities. The exact territory of this role is still to be confirmed and will be split between the existing Sales team into Police Service regions. There is also an opportunity for progression and promotion within the company further down the line for successful incumbent’s.
Please contact me on  07495 896 347 ¦ +44(0)131 523 1370 ¦"
As one of the leading suppliers to the UK Police Service the products meet the highest industry standards and it is essential that applicants have demonstrable and proven sales skills and experience selling to the Police.
page last updated on 14/06/2017

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