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Business Development Manager Director, Dublin, Vivastreet

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1177905767
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Business Development Manager Director, Dublin, Vivastreet
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Business development manager director


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Talent Acquisition is partnering exclusively with a privately owned Pharmacuetical Consulting Group with a HQ in Dublin & a global presence. The company's turnover is in the 10s of millions. They work with some of the biggest names in drug development across regulatory affairs & pharmacovigilence. Due to growth we are strenghtening the Business Development team. This role is for a proactive Business Development person. You will know the system & trust the system. Highly organised & methodical in your methods. You understand & know consultative selling. How to uncover a need & sell the right solution. How to have enough activity happening that you are assured of results. You like to travel. Can interface with the most senior people in pharmaland confidently & professionally. Of course you will like to make a lot of money. Very high paid hard work without limits. You will be given a couple of active accounts to get you started. The successful applicant will be a B2B sales person who has sold to the bio-pharmaceutical industry. Maybe an ex recruiter from life sciences, maybe you have worked in sales for a CRO or similar. It's all relevant for this exciting opportunity. Full range of benefits including salary, bonues, pension, travel. You will be part of a business where the founding CEOs are still hands on. The company is making innovative stragegic moves and growing. The team is made of scientists and commerical backgrounds. Interviewing now. Ireland or remote

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