|Company||Mane Contract Services Limited|
|Career Level||Not Specified|
|Job Type||Not Specified|
|Salary||£40,000 - £70,000 per year|
|Company Size||Not Specified|
|Posted Date||January 2nd 2013|
|Closing Date||January 9th 2013 (for applications)|
SKILLS: Rail, Business Development, LUL, London Underground, Network Rail, LOROL, Crossrail, Project Management, Tenders,Pricing.
Rail Business Development Manager required to work with our client to develop the expanding Rail side of the business. The successful candidate will have a background working within the Rail sector across the London Underground, over ground, LOROL, Crossrail & DLR sectors.
Working within the Rail sector you will have prior experience working on Station refurbishments, Signage, Architectural Metalwork, Canopies, Comms Systems, Electronic Displays, Fabrication and Installations. Significant project management experience along with business development and tender preparation within the rail sector is essential.
As a business development manager you will also be working within the Sales and marketing teams so must be adept at following up enquiries and lead, generating new opportunities and completing and following through tender returns for London Underground, Network Rail, LOROL, Crossrail and main contractors.
This is a brilliant opportunity to develop and grown within a forward thinking and progressive company. The successful candidate will be highly motivated and driven with a desire to grow this element of the business, this will work alongside the candidate's flexibility to travel and grow the company's geographical base
If you feel you are the right person for this role as a Business Development Manager and have the above mentioned skills please click the "apply now" button at the bottom of your advert to progress you application further.
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