Business Development Manager Permanent
- Location: London, England
- Salary: £34000 - £42000 per annum
- Sector: Programme / Project Management
Company: France's Number 1 Technology Startup (UK)
Role: Business Development Manager
Salary: Up to £43k
If you're a recent graduate from a top UK university, this opportunity cannot be overlooked!
This web and app development company make it their mission to turn entrepreneurial, self-starting graduates into the budding CEOs of the growing web industry. Formed in 2009 in Paris, the company expanded to the UK in 2015, and have quickly become a recognised name in their sector. Working with clients ranging from tech start-ups to defence-industry suppliers, all employees have the chance to create a network of key decision makers in whichever sector they want to work in!
The company's entrepreneur academy has bred talented CEOs and CTOs who are currently taking the web industry by storm. This is a rare opportunity to join a company with a progression plan that quite literally can't be matched in this industry!
The Business Development Manager will take on an incredibly varied role that will encompass project management, recruitment responsibilities, and business development. Working closely with a small group of developers, you will act as the client contact on projects spanning a wide range of briefs.
You will be an enthusiastic, entrepreneurial graduate with a passion for new technologies. You will be taking part in consultative sales, and will not be cold-calling. You will correspond with recruitment agencies, interviewing candidates and coaching them to make sure the company hire top talent for the future.Propel are the UK's largest independent provider of permanent and contract recruitment services to the global digital economy, specialising in commercial, marketing, technical and creative talent. Services advertised by Propel are those of an Agency and/or an Employment Business. Please be aware that we receive a high volume of applications for our roles, many from people who meet or exceed the requirements. Whilst we try to respond to as many applicants as possible, you can assume that you have not been selected for interview if you do not hear from us within 14 days.