Job Title: Graduate Business Development ExecutiveLocation: LeighSalary: £22,000 (£30K OTE)REF: J10686:NW:GJ:BDESector: ITA rapidly growing enterprise that centres on software development, our client is looking for ambitious graduates to help them expand their presence. The partnerships they foster are integral to the success of the business. Benefits/What you get: A competitive basic salary of £22,000Y1 OTE of £30K!Excellent scope for progression and a fantastic IITSA qualification – you’ll be learning whilst you earnLucrative bonus/incentive schemesRegular socials in a welcoming, inclusive atmosphereExcellent scope for progressionPensionAs a Graduate Business Development Executive, you’ll look to obtain a thorough knowledge of the company and its services. The successful candidate will obtain a thorough knowledge of the business, developing a familiarity with the sales cycle from open through to close. The successful candidate will prospect potential clients, contacting them via LinkedIn, email and over the phone. Once you have a grounding in speaking and engaging with clients, you’ll win new business and build business relationships in order to create your own pipeline. The Graduate Business Development Executive will enjoy a unique package! Excellent earning and career potential, gym membership and lucrative incentive schemes are all on offer to the successful candidate! The Role:Obtain a comprehensive knowledge of the company’s services and develop a familiarity with the entire sales cycleContact prospective clients via LinkedIn, email and the phoneOnce you have attained the necessary experience in engaging with clients in this way, begin to manage business relationships by retaining oversight of your own account baseIdentify key decision makers and articulate the benefits of the client using strong consultative skills and negotiate with clientsYou:Educated to degree levelExcellent communication and interpersonal skillsAmbitious and drivenConfident and commercially awarePareto 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.