Job Description: New Business Development/Sales Executive
Salary: £37,000 - £52,000 OTE with additional stretch bonuses
Type: Full time, permanent
Application close date: 31st July 2019
What are we looking for?
Bedrock Learning is looking for an ambitious and target driven New Business Development Executive, with a strong record, to join our successful sales team and help us in our mission to improve literacy rates across the UK and internationally.
We are a socially focused business with a stunning track record. Since our beginning in 2015, revenue has increased by 1486%. Our market share is fantastic however the possibilities for growth are still vast.
Whilst the opportunity is advertised in Manchester, you could be located elsewhere in the North of England. You will be responsible for new business development in the North of England, which is a thriving region for us! You will visit schools and develop relationships across the region and will be expected to come to our head office once a quarter.
Successful candidates will enjoy an extremely competitive package including uncapped performance linked bonuses and unlimited holiday.
Benefits of working for us
A bit about us - READ OUR COMPANY CULTURE CODE
Bedrock Learning is an innovative online vocabulary and reading curriculum for school students. The need for our programme is great; over 90,000 students (and rising!) now progress on our platform in schools and homes around the world.
Our company is growing quickly and this is an excellent time to join our team and seize career opportunities that only a rapidly growing company such as ours can provide.
There is massive potential for lucrative rewards, international travel and immense job satisfaction. If you are positive, resilient and have a diligent work ethic, you will flourish at Bedrock Learning.
Your work will have a significant impact on students, teachers and families. If you care passionately about education and have a thirst for new and exciting opportunities, you need to get in touch with us!
We are on a mission to narrow the vocabulary gap and revolutionise the way students engage with reading and vocabulary learning.
There is a direct link between a pupil’s vocabulary size and their academic progress. Vocabulary gaps widen as students progress through school. The gaps often begin very early on in a child's life and they are compounded by a lack of reading.
Researchers, academics, teachers and politicians are now in agreement - we must do more to ensure that we do not allow social disadvantage to become educational disadvantage. Vocabulary is the great leveller.
So, what will you be responsible for?