Inspire Lifeline International is looking for qualified candidates to fill the following positions;
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVE (BDE)
As an outsourcing business development firm, the BDE is officer responsible for the client’s direct satisfaction.
� Manage Clients and meet or exceed targets relating
to client’s revenue growth, activities, profit margin, mix of products and
services sales, client retention and client acquisition.
� Adhere to all quality standards and processes, for the
acquisition of clients, opportunities and submission of tender
and contract documents.
� Bid management processing and manage order levels
maintaining the Inspire lifeline database
� Provide regular feedback to senior management about
marketplace and competitor activity
� Develop effective working relationships with clients
through regular meetings and identify and obtain further business
development opportunities. Soliciting for more clients
� Work with and other stuff to develop concepts and map out
implantation Strategy. Generate new business and
raise awareness of client business.
� Apply Company wide project management standards
in preparing contracts, responding to clients’ needs
and managing the sales process from opportunity identification to
client sign off.
� Undertake regular project reviews for clients to see if concepts are working and help solve any challenges.
Qualification: Degree or higher qualification
2. Sales Representatives
As a sales representative you would sell your Inspire lifeline’s services. You’ll be using your excellent communication skills to deal with a broad range of business owners. There is no set entry route to become a sales representative. Your attitude, sales skills and experience are likely to be more important than qualifications.
Your key tasks as a sales representative would include:
- making appointments to meet new clients
- understanding the world of outsourcing or consultancy’ needs
- making presentations to promote new products and special deals
- agreeing sales, prices, contracts and payments
- advising customers about delivery schedules and after-sales service
- keeping in contact with existing customers in person and by telephone
- recording every and sending details to the sales office
- watching your competitors and the products they are offering
- going to conferences and seminars and keeping up with industry trends
- meeting sales targets
- reporting sales trends to your superiors
3. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
As an administrative assistant, you’ll carry out clerical and other duties in support of the firm. You’ll also need good telephone and keyboard skills, together with the ability to use common office computer programs.
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Working hours: 7.00 A.M. – 5.00 P.M. (Monday to Friday)
Key Duties are:
- deal with incoming and outgoing post
- answer telephone, email and social media inquiries
- cover reception duties, like greeting and looking after visitors
- type up documents, for example letters and reports
- update computer records and software
- use office equipment like printers, photocopiers and fax machines
- stock take and re-order supplies
- set up meetings and take ‘minutes’ during them
- make travel arrangements for staff.
Skills, interests and qualities:
- To be an administrative assistant you’ll need:
- an organized approach and excellent time management skills
- good communication skills
- the ability to work well as part of a team
- computer literacy and good keyboard skills
- a good level of English spelling and grammar
- good numeracy skills
- accuracy and attention to detail
- the ability to use your own initiative.
Qualification: Diploma or Higher qualification
Method of Application
Interested persons should forward their CV via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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