Business Development Manager (Contract Cleaning)

Business Development Manager (Contract Cleaning)

  • Location

    West London

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  • Salary:

    up to £40,000 plus car

  • Contact:

    Craig Douglas

  • Contact email:

    [email protected]

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  • Published:

    over 3 years ago

  • Expiry date:


Our client is a young company that provides specialist cleaning & facility services within the private and public sector. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of a leading FM group in Europe.. A new position has arisen for a Business Development Manager responsible for the contract cleaning sector of the business. Reporting directly to the Head of Business Development, you will be responsible for sourcing, developing and managing the new business. The role would suit a highly driven, passionate, self-motivated, strong sales focussed individual with a proven track record of meeting and exceeding targets within this service sector of Facilities Management. 

Main Duties:

  • Development of sales opportunities
  • The main area of focus will be Commercial Cleaning Contracts within 100 miles of the Head Office in Buckinghamshire
  • Making contacts through networking
  • Manage relationships to future and existing clients
  • Collaborates with BDD to develop sales strategies
  • Completion and submission of competitive and profitable PQQs and Tenders
  • Creating detailed proposal documents, often as part of a formal bidding process
  • Leading Tender Presentations
  • Build up the name and reputation for the company throughout the UK
  • Negotiating the terms of an agreement and closing sales
  • Performs sales activities on major accounts and negotiates sales price and discounts in consultation with BDD  
  • Initiation and execution of marketing campaigns
  • Assist and support the Managing Director as required during his absence
  • Attending a weekly meeting with the BDD
  • Attending team meetings and sharing best practice with colleagues
  • To attend training course and seminars where and when necessary