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£70,000 (+ OTE £60,000)
HOME WORKING OPTIONS AVAILABLE

A global Digital Media organisation is looking for a Business Development Manager to join their expanding team. Their innovative solutions help to connect businesses across the world. Build your career within a sociable company at the forefront of the technology industry within a business that is booming!

OVERVIEW

As a Business Development Manager you will be responsible for selling new logo accounts and prioritising assigned prospects to Enterprise Customers and large SME business.  With a strong digital media background you will selling a range of services to include Investor Relations keeping the media informed with press release distribution and hosting IR websites; PR Services where PR professionals can listen to online conversations, distribute press releases and measure ROI; Marketing Services to acquire customers and build branding with virtual events and webcasting; Internal Comms through Town Halls and Company updates.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Business Development your key duties will include:

  • Prioritising qualified sales opportunities and key prospects within assigned territory
  • Executing sales cycle to penetrate the most promising new logo accounts
  • Identifying and building relationships with the appropriate account buyers
  • Identifying potential needs of prospects, recommending best-fit solutions with a clear value proposition for the account
  • Researching and identifying emerging trends that influence value proposition
  • Transitioning the new logo account to an account manager once the first account sale is booked
  • Managing the pipeline: input, monitor, and update opportunities
  • Identifying and coordinating timely involvement of sales operations resources in the sales cycle to improve efficiencies

REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for the role of Business Development Manager you must have:

  • Educated to Degree level
  • 4+ years’ experience in a hunter sales role with solid background in PR/Digital Media Services
  • Fluency in English and another European language (German, Swiss German, Dutch or Flemish)
  • Experience prospecting and closing new deals to enterprise customers and large SME businesses
  • A full valid driving license

 

NEXT STEPS

Interested in the Business Development Manager?  Apply with your up to date CV. One of our team will receive and review your application. If shortlisted, we will get in touch with you to arrange a phone call. On the call, we’ll discuss your career history, skills, future aspirations and generally get to know you better.

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Location: Frankfurt, Germany
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £70,000.00
Salary to: GBP £130,000.00

A thriving company within the Finance & Banking sector is looking for an Area Sales Manager to join their team on a full-time, permanent basis. The company is FTSE 250 listed and are registered on the London Stock Exchange. They offer great work-life balance with a fantastic benefits package including a minimum of 25 days annual leave, private medical care and discount schemes.

OVERVIEW

As an Area Sales Manager, you will be proactively generating sales within an allocated geographical location, developing and building relationships and consistently achieving set targets.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As an Area Sales Manager your key duties will include:

  • Proactively sourcing sales from within specific territory, prospecting the existing customer base and sourcing new customers
  • Developing and maintaining relationships with existing customers via face to face client meetings as well as telephone and email contact
  • Negotiating terms of agreements and closing sales
  • Making accurate and swift quotations to provide customers with relevant information
  • Working consistently to target and manage own sales performance
  • Gathering and collating market information
  • Maintaining an up-to-date product knowledge
  • Carrying out all necessary administrative duties
  • Operating within the context of the FCA regulations at all times
  • Effectively planning and organising time efficiently to ensure suitable sales pipelines are created
  • Working to reporting deadlines set by the company

 

REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for the role of Area Sales Manager, you must:

  • Be educated to GCSE level, Maths & English grade C or above
  • Experienced working or selling into successfully the Construction/Recycling/Engineering/Print industries or Asset Finance industry
  • Strong business sales experience
  • Experience within target-driven environments
  • Excellent communication and organisational skills
  • Sales driven with the ability to manage own diary
  • Full UK driving license

 

NEXT STEPS

To become an Area Sales Manager, apply with your up to date CV. One of our team will receive and review your application. If shortlisted. we will get in touch with you to arrange a phone call. On the call, we’ll discuss your career history, skills, future aspirations and generally get to know you better.

If this job doesn’t seem quite right, register your CV on our website and we can identify any roles that may be more suitable.

Location: Northumberland
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable

£70,000 (+ OTE £60,000)
HOME WORKING OPTIONS AVAILABLE

A global Digital Media organisation is looking for a Business Development Manager – Digital Media to join their expanding team. Their innovative solutions help to connect businesses across the world. Build your career within a sociable company at the forefront of the technology industry within a business that is booming!

OVERVIEW

As a Business Development Manager – Digital Media you will be responsible for selling new logo accounts and prioritising assigned prospects to Enterprise Customers and large SME business.  With a strong digital media background you will selling a range of services to include Investor Relations keeping the media informed with press release distribution and hosting IR websites; PR Services where PR professionals can listen to online conversations, distribute press releases and measure ROI; Marketing Services to acquire customers and build branding with virtual events and webcasting; Internal Comms through Town Halls and Company updates.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Business Development – Digital Media your key duties will include:

  • Prioritising qualified sales opportunities and key prospects within assigned territory
  • Executing sales cycle to penetrate the most promising new logo accounts
  • Identifying and building relationships with the appropriate account buyers
  • Identifying potential needs of prospects, recommending best-fit solutions with a clear value proposition for the account
  • Researching and identifying emerging trends that influence value proposition
  • Transitioning the new logo account to an account manager once the first account sale is booked
  • Managing the pipeline: input, monitor, and update opportunities
  • Identifying and coordinating timely involvement of sales operations resources in the sales cycle to improve efficiencies

REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for the role of Business Development Manager – Digital Media you must have:

  • Educated to Degree level
  • 4+ years’ experience in a hunter sales role with solid background in Digital Media Services
  • Fluency in another European language (German, Swiss German, Dutch or Flemish)
  • Experience prospecting and closing new deals to enterprise customers and large SME businesses
  • A full valid driving license

NEXT STEPS

Interested in the Business Development Manager – Digital Media?  Apply with your up to date CV. One of our team will receive and review your application. If shortlisted, we will get in touch with you to arrange a phone call. On the call, we’ll discuss your career history, skills, future aspirations and generally get to know you better.

If this job doesn’t seem quite right, register your CV on our website and we can identify any roles that may be more suitable.

Location: London
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £70,000.00
Salary to: GBP £130,000.00

An exciting software company within the automotive industry is looking for a Software Developer to join their fast-paced, dynamic team. The company works to develop unique solutions that meet all business needs. Being an Investor in People means our client commits to improvement and progression for their employees.

OVERVIEW

As a Software Developer, you will be writing code to a high standard and creating robust software solutions.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Software Developer your key duties will include:

  • Working on their client’s websites
  • Using Microsoft stack
  • Creating complete software solutions from requirements
  • Optimising code
  • Testing software
  • Identifying and fixing software issues

REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for the role of Software Developer, you must have:

  • Native Android in Kotlin or Java
  • C#/.Net
  • Building and consuming RESTful APIs
  • Have a desire to learn new technologies and languages

Desirable Skills:

  • React.js
  • Test Driven Development
  • HTML, CSS & JavaScript

 

NEXT STEPS

To become a Software Developer, apply with your up to date CV. One of our team will receive and review your application. If shortlisted, we will get in touch with you to arrange a phone call. On the call, we’ll discuss your career history, skills, future aspirations and generally get to know you better.

If this job doesn’t seem quite right, register your CV on our website and we can identify any roles that may be more suitable.

Location: Gloucestershire
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable

An award-winning technology company is looking for a Full Stack Developer to join their fast-paced, exciting organisation. Their breakthrough technology offers an innovative platform for customers in the energy industry. With the continued success of their solution they are expanding globally. Be a part of a fast-moving tech environment and flourish in this start-up business using the latest innovative technology.

OVERVIEW

As a Full Stack Developer, you will have a passion for innovation coupled with sound knowledge of all things DevOps, to help develop the next evolution of the technology estate. You will be instrumental in the delivery of the development pipeline by designing, documenting, building, maintaining and improving the customer application estate. You will also be working with a range of technologies including Node.js TypeScript API with functionality to support utility-scale operations, database interactions, whilst additionally writing clean and clear and concise API documentation. You will be a key contributor to the Technology Roadmap and we welcome creative and innovative people to help move our legacy applications forward deliver on our ambitious plans. This is a very hands-on fast-moving role; tenacity and flexibility will be key to excel in a start-up environment – you’ll need to be happy dealing with all types of tasks and ready to roll your sleeves up.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Full Stack Developer your key duties will include:

  • Design, document, build, and maintain efficient, reusable, and reliable code
  • Ensure the best possible performance, quality, and responsiveness of applications whilst negating bottlenecks and bugs
  • Help maintain code quality, organisation, and automatisation
  • Build, take ownership and deliver against integration plans to ensure multiple systems can interface in a seamless way for staff and customers alike
  • Translate complex development requirements and information into language that can be easily understood across the entire business
  • Manage and develop a productive and efficient relationship with our contract development teams, ensuring clear and consistent communication that results in maximum efficiency and business output
  • To effectively troubleshoot and provide ongoing support relating to database matters that may be raised through the help desk

REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for the role of Full Stack Developer you must have:

  • Experience delivering using continuous delivery and DevOps thinking underpinned by an in-depth knowledge of JS (client and server-side) and SQL development
  • Some understanding of AWS, source-code management protocols, PowerShell, and Network security/protocols
  • Experience of designing and developing complex web applications
  • Experience developing API and web services including but not limited to; Environments: Kubernetes, AWS, GCP, Netlify, GitHub Server-side: Node.js, TypeScript, CockroachDB, PHP, Go Client-side: Vue.js, Nuxt.js, SASS
  • Experience of developing or maintaining object-oriented PHP, React Native applications using Expo and have a practical understanding of containerisation would be beneficial but not essential

 

NEXT STEPS

To apply for the Full Stack Developer, apply with your up to date CV. One of our team will receive and review your application. If shortlisted, we will get in touch with you to arrange a phone call.

If this job doesn’t seem quite right, register your CV on our website and we can identify any roles that may be more suitable.

Location: Remote Work
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable

A rapidly expanding organisation is looking for a Payroll Manager to join their friendly, caring team on a full-time, permanent basis.

The company has grown significantly through acquisition with c850 employees. It is a great time to join the organisation. You'll enjoy 23 days holiday (plus bank holidays), annual bonus schemes and employee assistance service!

OVERVIEW

As a Payroll Manager, you will ensure the accurate processing, coordination and completion of the UK payroll to include the Northern Ireland luna payroll.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Payroll Manager your key duties will include:

  • Ongoing maintenance of HR/payroll system, assisting with any development work and effectively manage the relationship with the outsourced provider
  • Processing, coordinating and managing payroll data with internal teams
  • Working closely with HRBP to ensure all absence data is recorded and processed and keeping detailed records of longer terms absence payments
  • Managing the process for payroll approval by creating reports required each month, working with all approvers to ensure they are kept updated throughout the process and finalising the BACS approval
  • Ensuring any bulk/companywide changes are administered in payroll accurately
  • Ensuring any issues raised through the checking process are rectified ahead of the BACS process
  • Managing the integration of newly acquired colleagues ensuring a smooth transfer, working closely with the HRBP to produce alignment proposals
  • Checking and signing off on all relevant employee pension letters produced by the managed service provider in compliance with current pension regulations

REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for the role of Payroll Manager, you must have:

  • Experience of managing payroll with significant processing requirements for temporary changes each month
  • Experience of working in a fast paced and changing environment
  • Must be resilient and used to implementing process changes and managing relationships with bureau staff and key internal stakeholders
  • Competency with payroll systems and the ability to carry out manual calculations with an in-depth understanding of relevant payroll and pension legislation

 

NEXT STEPS

To become a Payroll Manager, apply with your up to date CV. One of our team will receive and review your application. If shortlisted. we will get in touch with you to arrange a phone call. On the call, we’ll discuss your career history, skills, future aspirations and generally get to know you better.

Location: Woking
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £39,000.00
Salary to: GBP £39,000.00

A rapidly expanding organisation is looking for a Payroll Manager to join their friendly, caring team on a full-time, permanent basis.

The company has grown significantly through acquisition with c850 employees. It is a great time to join the organisation. You'll enjoy 23 days holiday (plus bank holidays), annual bonus schemes and employee assistance service!

OVERVIEW

As a Payroll Manager, you will ensure the accurate processing, coordination and completion of the UK payroll to include the Northern Ireland luna payroll.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Payroll Manager your key duties will include:

  • Ongoing maintenance of HR/payroll system, assisting with any development work and effectively manage the relationship with the outsourced provider
  • Processing, coordinating and managing payroll data with internal teams
  • Working closely with HRBP to ensure all absence data is recorded and processed and keeping detailed records of longer terms absence payments
  • Managing the process for payroll approval by creating reports required each month, working with all approvers to ensure they are kept updated throughout the process and finalising the BACS approval
  • Ensuring any bulk/companywide changes are administered in payroll accurately
  • Ensuring any issues raised through the checking process are rectified ahead of the BACS process
  • Managing the integration of newly acquired colleagues ensuring a smooth transfer, working closely with the HRBP to produce alignment proposals
  • Checking and signing off on all relevant employee pension letters produced by the managed service provider in compliance with current pension regulations

REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for the role of Payroll Manager, you must have:

  • Experience of managing payroll with significant processing requirements for temporary changes each month
  • Experience of working in a fast paced and changing environment
  • Must be resilient and used to implementing process changes and managing relationships with bureau staff and key internal stakeholders
  • Competency with payroll systems and the ability to carry out manual calculations with an in-depth understanding of relevant payroll and pension legislation

 

NEXT STEPS

To become a Payroll Manager, apply with your up to date CV. One of our team will receive and review your application. If shortlisted. we will get in touch with you to arrange a phone call. On the call, we’ll discuss your career history, skills, future aspirations and generally get to know you better.

Location: Reading
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £39,000.00
Salary to: GBP £39,000.00

We are recruiting for a Junior Associate Corporate Private Equity for our client a leading and award-winning international law firm.  Working within the Corporate Group you will focus on private equity working with private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies.

REQUIREMENTS

We are looking for an individual who has been retained by and qualified for at least a couple of months with the firm at which they trained in the London market (or experience in a similar common law jurisdiction), although those with less or more relevant experience will be considered on their merits.

The successful candidate will have trained and been retained at a top tier London firm or in a known top tier private equity practice and had exposure to the private equity team during their training contract. Excellent written communication and drafting skills are required as well as the ability to demonstrate initiative. You must also possess the skills to take on a high degree of responsibility and manage a challenging workload. A first-class academic record is essential.

Along with a competitive base salary the firm also offer some attractive benefits to include:

  • Discretionary year-end bonus
  • Technology allowance
  • 22 days holiday and 3 personal days
  • Enhanced maternity/paternity and parental leave
  • Private medical insurance
  • Permanent health insurance
  • Travel insurance
  • Life assurance
  • Subsidised cafeteria
  • Interest free season ticket loan
  • Gym allowance

Additionally, the company offer excellent training to include both inhouse and external seminars and strongly encourages Pro bono work.

NEXT STEPS

To be considered for this Junior Associate Corporate Private Equity role apply with your up to date CV. One of our team will receive and review your application. If shortlisted, we will get in touch with you to arrange a phone call. On the call, we’ll discuss your career history, skills, future aspirations and generally get to know you better.

If this job doesn’t seem quite right, register your CV on our website and we can identify any roles that may be more suitable.

Location: London
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £133,000.00
Salary to: GBP £140,000.00

We are recruiting for an Associate – Corporate Private Equity for our client a leading and award-winning international law firm.  Working within the Corporate Group as an Associate – Corporate Private Equity you will focus on private equity working with private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies.

 

REQUIREMENTS

 

To be considered for this opportunity you must have c4-6 years PQE experience in the London market with solid private equity experience.  Your experience should include NDAs, engagement letters, diligence, warranties, SPAs, ancillaries, shareholders' agreements good/bad leaver in equity terms. Experience of structuring private equity transactions, as well as fundsflows and coordinating deal process would also be ideal but not essential.

Excellent written communication and drafting skills are required as well as the ability to demonstrate initiative. You must also possess the skills to take on a high degree of responsibility and manage a challenging work load within a fast paced and friendly environment. A first-class academic record is essential.

 

Along with an attractive base salary the firm also offer some attractive benefits to include:

 

  • Discretionary year-end bonus
  • Technology allowance
  • 22 days holiday and 3 personal days
  • Enhanced maternity/paternity and parental leave
  • Private medical insurance
  • Permanent health insurance
  • Travel insurance
  • Life assurance
  • Subsidised cafeteria
  • Interest free season ticket loan
  • Gym allowance

Additionally, the company offer excellent training to include both inhouse and external seminars and strongly encourages Pro bono work

 

NEXT STEPS

 

To be considered for this Associate – Corporate Private Equity role apply with your up to date CV. One of our team will receive and review your application. If shortlisted, we will get in touch with you to arrange a phone call. On the call, we’ll discuss your career history, skills, future aspirations and generally get to know you better.

 

If this job doesn’t seem quite right, register your CV on our website and we can identify any roles that may be more suitable.

 

Location: London
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £140,000.00
Salary to: GBP £160,000.00

A global technology company is looking for an Associate Azure Consultant to join their highly experienced team. The business provides software and IT solutions for unique business needs.

Our client lives and breathes their core values, you can really enjoy a great company culture. They offer learning and development support as well as flexible working options, incentive programmes and a great social community.

OVERVIEW

As an Associate Azure Consultant you will be responsible for providing technology consulting to external customers and internal project teams. The Associate Azure Consultant will be responsible for providing technical support in the creation and delivery of technology solutions designed to meet customers’ business needs. Providing input to technical solutions throughout the pre-sales process and the planning, design, implementation and support.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Handle first point escalation for all technical and process issues
  • Provide technical subject matter expertise wherever required and ensure proper communication and quick resolution as incident manager
  • Plan and schedule changes while coordinating with different stakeholders
  • Follow quality / security process defined for the engagement
  • Perform Trend analysis, identify top few incidents and work with respective teams/ individual to minimise the incidents
  • Take corrective actions based on the customer satisfaction surveys
  • Work in line with service improvement programs 

REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for the role of Associate Azure Consultant, you must have:

  • Industry accreditation in Office 365 Technology Services Practice area with Azure
  • Knowledge/accreditation
  • Performed work within the relevant Practice area in a Managed Service capacity   previously
  • Understands the implication of change though the implementation of technology to the business
  • Strong structural work methods, multitasking and time management skills
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Experience working in ISO/IEC 20000 certified organization
  • Respond and analyse tickets using your deep subject matter knowledge of the product or service
  • Expert use of MS Office Suite
  • Experienced in a Service Desk environment
  • Ability to converse with senior stakeholders
  • Methodical approach to troubleshooting
  • You have a passion for technology and see cloud technologies as a challenge

 

NEXT STEPS

To become an Associate Azure Consultant, apply with your up to date CV. One of our team will receive and review your application. If shortlisted, we will get in touch with you to arrange a phone call.

On the call, we’ll discuss your career history, skills, future aspirations and generally get to know you better.

If this job doesn’t seem quite right, register your CV on our website and we can identify any roles that may be more suitable.

Location: Amsterdam
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: €55,000.00 EUR
Salary to: €80,000.00 EUR