Internal Account Manager

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Salary:
BASIC £23,250 + £8,000 + benefits + OTE + expenses
Location:
Apply by:
21st August 2019
Start date:
ASAP
Job type:
Graduate job
Sectors:

Graduate Account Manager

Central London? 

Joining a team of 20 graduates who take their clients out on a weekly basis? 

 

Annual company car rally to European destination? 

Are you a fun and sociable graduate looking for a technology sales position with a social aspect?? 

Do you want to work for a company that rewards staff with iPad incentives, vouchers and ski trips to Chamonix?? 

Do you want to work for a company that is the leader in its industry?? 

 

The company? 

Our client is the market leader in the UK market place is in its industry and is looking for three Graduate Account Managers to join the growing Graduate Account Manager team. The company has partnerships with all of the major technology companies in the UK and has prestigious clients such as Uber and Netflix. The company has grown 40% year on year and attributes that growth to the talented and dynamic Sales professionals it employs. So if you want to the join the fun and have aspirations to be a successful Graduate Account Manager then click & apply now!? 

 

Graduate Account Manager will be? 

Given £100,000 worth of existing client accounts? 

Responding to inbound enquiries? 

Taking your clients out for drinks and dinner? 

Exhibiting on the company stand at technology events  

Given a revenue target after a 6-month ramp up period? 

Exposed to training from technology giants like Oracle and Cisco? 

 

Graduate Account Manager benefits? 

Basic salary £23,750 OTE £30,000 in year one?+ guaranteed commission for 6 months  

Subsidized company drinks every Friday? 

Laptop and mobile phone? 

Annual company car rally to European destination  

A young and fun environment with most of the staff being employed as graduates? 

 

To apply you must be:? 

University educated  

Fun and sociable – you will be wining and dining your clients? 

Passionate about learning and development?