Business development manager

Gray Healthcare
From £30,000 to £50,000 per annum salary depending on experience
06 Oct 2016
19 Oct 2016
Contract Type
It's a really exciting time to be joining Gray Healthcare. Our continued commitment to look after and develop our people has been widely celebrated and now we are looking to expand our team even further up and down the country. Our high-performance culture attracts and retains the industry's most talented people and we are looking for sales representatives to can carry on that performance. You will develop long term relationships based on trust and added value by securing new contracts, delivering outstanding results, improve performance and manage change. With a fantastic new technology that is about to be launched in house for our RMN’s, there is a great opportunity for someone to help revolutionise the way that our RMN’s currently work across the UK Gray Healthcare has developed a dynamic new approach to supporting and managing individuals with mental disorder in their own homes, including those with complex needs and challenging behaviours. We offer highly individualised and tailored care packages for service users who do not need the physical security of an inpatient facility but do require support caring for themselves in their own home. About you Whether you're a graduate with no experience or a seasoned health and social care sales professional, it's essential that you embody the traits of Gray healthcare: · Put your customers at the heart of everything you do · Ambitious and motivated · You solve problems and you don't give up · You're a conscientious, honourable team worker · You take ownership of your role and you're determined to make things happen · Have a track record of making a difference to a company For graduates, you must be able to demonstrate that you've thoroughly researched the health and social care sales representative role. This is an exceptional opportunity to be part of a new generation team build at a truly exciting time; apply now This job was originally posted as