Key Account Manager
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a driven and customer-focused Key Account Manager to join the London office of a highly successful Digital Education company.
Reporting to the Key Account Director, this role plays an integral part in the business growth plans and, as Key Account Manager, you will be responsible for developing existing and generating new key accounts across the area of Higher Education. This role is working with world-renowned academic institutions and senior level digital and EdTech decision makers. You will take a consultative approach to nurture and maintain excellent commercial relationships with University stakeholders and effectively manage their valuable accounts, as well as identify new opportunities for revenue growth. Through keeping abreast of market trends and digital developments in the Higher Education space you will become a trusted figure to key customers and be able to advise them of the opportunities available to help them achieve their goals.
The Key Account Manager will be proactive and self-motivated with a proven track record in building and managing commercial relationships, ideally within the Higher Education sector or within a relevant organisation. You will have experience of negotiating terms and agreements and demonstrate strong presentation skills. A positive, collaborative and organised approach to your work, as well as an understanding of, or interest in Higher Education and digital learning is very important. This is a superb opportunity to work with a leading and innovative EdTech company, and offers the chance for you to make a real impact.
In return, our client offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package.
Get in touch ASAP to find out more!
Closing date: 10th January 2019
For a full description of the role, please send your CV with a brief paragraph outlining your relevant skills.
Closing Date: Early applications may be prioritised.
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