Closing Date 22 March 2019

Become the Storecheckers Business Development Manager
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Become the Storecheckers Business Development Manager

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


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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.


Job Summary 

  • Business Development and Customer Relationship Management
  • Production and presentation of our results and findings to clients
  • Responding to the challenges of BID and Town Centre Managers, explaining how our services can be of value in supporting their needs. 

To assist in formulating and executing strategies in order to;

  • Pro-actively generate business growth and lead generation 
  • Introduce and explain the value and relevance of our services to clients
  • Show clients a real benefit in what we are doing
  • Expand and develop Storecheckers’ services with both existing and new BID / TC / Public Sector clients.

Key Competencies Required:

  • Proactively organised, with the ability to prioritise effectively.     
  • Adaptability to deal with shifting deadlines and considerations.
  • Sound business/retail/customer service understanding
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to communicate at all levels, both verbally and in writing
  • Ability to present findings to clients in a clear, confident and convincing manner
  • Thorough understanding of spreadsheets and interpretation of data using Excel and data analysis skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office products including word, PowerPoint, Outlook.

With a need to;

  • Understand and interpret data produced with an independent and creative mindset
  • Generate and develop insight and analyses to present to clients 
  • Present data to clients in both formal and informal environments

Experience Required

  • Relevant experience in the Place Management sector
  • Strategic development planning
  • Sales and marketing organisation and implementation
  • Account management experience an advantage

Motives and Career Goals

  • Motivated to join a team and driven by the potential to make a real difference and impact on people’s lives
  • Desire to participate in driving strategic development and business expansion
  • Join, develop and enhance our exciting period of international growth

Please note this job profile is issued as a guideline to help you understand the duties the jobholder would initially be expected to undertake.  It may be changed from time to time to meet new working requirements or respond to organisational change.


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