Strategic Account Director Strategic Account Director …

EC1 Partners
in London, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 14 Apr 21
100,000
EC1 Partners
in London, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 14 Apr 21
100,000
Posted by:
Phoebe Davies • Senior Recruitment consultant - FinTech Sales and Marketing
EC1 Partners
Posted by:
Phoebe Davies
Senior Recruitment consultant - FinTech Sales and Marketing
Are you looking to join a growing and high performing sales team? This global leading Automation Software provider is looking to hire a Strategic Account Director to increase its footprint across the EMEA region by strategically generating revenue across Financial Institutions.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for management of Tier 1 clients and highest revenue-generating accounts
  • Coordinating with regional team members and customer relationships.
  • Developing strategic growth plans for assigned clients to increase both client and market penetration.
  • Conduct regular status and strategy meetings with the customer’s senior management to understand their needs and link them to the firm’s products and service strategies.
  • Increasing revenue through sales growth, cross-selling, and upselling within accounts.
  • Collaborating with other teams which include Sales, Product Specialists, and Research to ensure client satisfaction is met.

 

What you bring:

  • Track record of working with some of the largest global financial institutions across both the buy and sell-side community.
  • Experience in Enterprise Software Solution Sales
  • Ability to secure long term relationships with clients.
  • Consultative Sales Approach

 

In Return you will benefit from:

  • A highly competitive base salary with a fantastic earning potential
  • Collaboration with an ambitious team
  • A chance to be with a diverse organisation
  • Learning & development

 

Interested?  Click the Apply button to send us your CV.  

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