Vacancy: Business Development Manager for BIDs, Town Centre Managements and Public Sector
Location: Manchester HQ 1-2 days per week, with coverage across the UK. High degree of travelling will be required.
Reporting to: Directors
Salary: £42,000 + dependent on experience, plus commission
Hours: 37.5 hrs per week
Holiday entitlement: 23 days
Deadline: 15thMarch 2019
How can you make a positive difference to people you don’t even know?
BID’s and Town Centre Managements try every day to improve the experiences of people that use and visit their high streets, whether they be locals, workers or visitors. How can they best achieve this? How can we help them? This is what we strive for at Storecheckers.
By researching objective experiences within BIDs and Town Centre Managements, we learn what people like and don’t like; know and don’t know; understand and don’t understand about their centre. With this knowledge we can implement change for the better; improve the facilities, environment, knowledge and therefore the lives of those around us.
At Storecheckers, we are focussed on positive change, but this needs to be implemented via a consultative, insightful approach. Each Place has different challenges, and we understand that.
We currently work with many BIDs and Town Centre Managements, and are keen to spread our message of driving continuous improvement through knowledge and understanding of what towns and cities need in support and assistance to make the right decisions.
Are you passionate about making the world a better place, dynamic in the workplace, driven to succeed and spread our message?
If you feel you can respond to the challenge and join a dynamic team with a growing UK and international portfolio, then we would love to hear from you. Please send your CV and covering letter, telling us why you are the one for the role.
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