Job Title: Graduate Business Development RepresentativeLocation: Central LondonSalary: £28,000 (£40k OTE)REF: J10645:LONSector: Procurement & Supply Chain Consulting, training and unique supplier management software are the chief offerings of our client, who operate from state of the art offices in Central London. They’re business partnerswith multinationals and huge public sector companies, wielding massive influence within their sector. The company are now looking for an ambitious graduate to perform a BDR role, helping to drive new business and enflame prospective interest in the company’s service offering. You’ll be responsible for driving best practice, upholding the company’s excellent standards and enhancing their presence further!Package: A competitive basic salary of £28,000, with £40k when inclusive of OTERegular team socials (to return once restrictions lifted), a welcoming atmosphere and exciting working environmentLucrative incentive and bonus schemes availableFantastic training, excellent progression and a carefully structured path up through the business for a candidate that properly applies themselvesFantastic offices in Central London – to return to once restrictions are lifted and it is deemed safe to do soYour Role:Attend networking events and execute on targeted campaigns to proactively introduce the business to new customers (once restrictions have been lifted)Identify opportunity within the finance, FMCG and technology sectorsStrategically understand the challenges that businesses face, in order to tailor specific solutions to prospective clientsEngage, negotiate and close business with potential customers over the phone, via social channels/email and in personStrategically understand potential challenges for clientsWhat you need:Educated to degree levelPossess exceptional communication and interpersonal skillsCommercial acumenAmbitious and drivenPareto Law values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application. If you require this job specification or to apply in an alternate format, please visit the Pareto website.