The role
Our New Business Executives are responsible for generating new leads. Seeking out those who may be considering the sale of their business, you will be using a variety of tools to help you on your quest.


About you
Highly motivated, with a desire to succeed in delivering exceptional service whilst exceeding targets, you will be highly confident and an excellent communicator. You will ideally have experience in a call centre environment looking for a new challenge. As a quick learner, you will apply your current skill set to hit the ground running.


What's in it for me?

  • Attractive basic salary
  • Earn what you want with our uncapped bonus structure
  • Company pension
  • Team building and regular incentives
  • Be part of an award winning team
  • Full training and development
  • Career progression with a growing company.

What will I be doing?

  • Generating leads from cold and warm prospects
  • Making outbound phone calls to potential clients
  • Receiving inbound phone calls from potential clients
  • Working on your own initiative
  • Updating our internal CRM system
  • Communicating with potential clients in writing
  • Overcoming objections and selling our services.


Do I need any qualifications or experience?
Whilst not required as full training is provided, previous experience in a call centre environment would be advantageous. 


Interested in being a New Business Executive? Please call 01204 556 320 or email for an application form.

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