Sales Director - Managed Service Recruitment - National Role
Some say this is the future of recruitment. And whilst I am inclined to agree to a point, it’s certainly a growth area. Client employers want more, they need more. Sometimes they don’t know it and it takes a real expert to make them see the light. Added value, a business partner and a sustainable relationship that enables them to achieve their business objectives via the workforce they hire.
We know the best Managed Service Recruitment sales people in recruitment, are those people. They get under the skin of the target employers. They have the knowledge, ability and confidence to sit at the top table and explain to the board of a multi-million employer that a well-trained, well paid and motivated workforce is a productive workforce. Design a solution then close for a sale. If you believe people are an employers biggest asset, then we need to be talking.
The employer for this job is one of the UK’s biggest (Not the biggest yet) Managed Service Staffing companies. They have secured on-sites all over the UK in a number of sectors from Retail Logistics to semi and skilled manufacturing. Their aim is to be a one stop shop. Own the client recruitment requirements and deliver exceptional levels of service. We all know that high service levels lead to contract retention. However, you cannot have those levels if you sell based on cost. Anyone can be cheap. This company is not cheap and do not sell based on price. Stack em high, sell em cheap. Nope, wrong job.
There is a team of Bid Writers, Relationship Directors and Implementation experts to help on this path. So, you won’t be alone, lost up the M1 in some terrible service station chewing on a 3 day old pasty trying to write a tender document. And you won’t have to wear multiple hats getting dragged into implementation problems.
The final critical thing about selling recruitment managed services is sometimes overlooked. In a sales role, you can live and die by things beyond your control. Namely the delivery of what you are selling. We know this can affect your long-term reputation within your market. And we can say that this business has the teams, people and leadership team designed to ensure delivery thus long-term relationship retention. At no point will what you win have to be sold back to your own company who would rather sit on what they have.
We know that if you are doing this job, you are going to have a 12-18-month sales pipeline and probably waiting on commission payments. As such, the employer is willing to make the process of changing jobs as smooth as possible.
If you want to move away from an environment that’s going nowhere, to one that’s going somewhere and win business that will actually get delivered, then hit apply or contact Jonathan at Conrad Brookes Consultancy for an initial informal conversation about you, this company, the boss, and we can take it from there.