Apply your knowledge and skills to the animal welfare industry
Based in the West Midlands, covering Key Accounts across the UK
Up to £30,000 per annum + Car + Benefits / Bonus
Medimark is market leading company. We have been providing infection control and prevention solutions to the Veterinary, Animal Welfare and charity organisations for 25 years. We are recruiting a Training and Account Development Manager to deliver and develop training primarily to the Animal Welfare and Charity sectors, with some support as needed in the Veterinary sector. Medimark is at the top of its game and this is an exciting time to join our growing company and we want you to be part of our ongoing success.
As a Training and Development Manager, you will deliver training to leading charitable and Animal Health organisations and support the implementation of new accounts while developing long term sustainable relationships.
On a day to day basis, you will spend your time primarily in the field working with Key Accounts, preparing for and delivering training courses, and Identifying sales opportunities. You will work closely with the territory Business Development Managers to identify accounts that need support and training, while reporting into the Sales Manager for the UK & Ireland.
We’re looking for either experienced field based/area trainers from a Veterinary, Animal Welfare (or related) environment or a veterinary nurse who is looking for the opportunity to move out of clinical practice into industry. You must have a genuine passion and keen interest in Animal Welfare and Charity, a confident speaker who is super friendly, coming across as a true ambassador for our company and brand.
Successful candidates will be offered a competitive salary and attractive benefits package including company car and competitive bonus If this role sounds like you and you would like to know more, please submit your CV with a covering email letter – we would love to hear from you.
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