Below is a job ad.
More specifically, it’s a job ad for a Business Development Manager written (by me) to be as SEO friendly as possible.
Or even more specifically, a job ad written to only to be read by people who are a bit stupid or quite desperate.
Business Development Manager
Are you a Business Development Manager who would like to work for a successful company managing and developing new business?
Our client, a dynamic market leader, are seeking a Business Development Manager from any B2B background who has been a manager of business development. As a Business Development Manager, you’ll be managing the development of business for a company that provides business services to lots of different business sectors.
This is a great opportunity for a Business Development Manager to join a highly successful business that is good at the development of business. They also have managers.
The Business Development Manager can expect to join a thriving company with busy and friendly offices in London where there are other people who are also working as a Business Development Manager.
– A track record in B2B Business Development.
– Experience of being a manager (not a manager of people but a manager of business development).
– Willing to make sales calls to develop business and to manage business.
Business Development Manager Package:
– Competitive basic salary
– Great commission (based on how much business the Business Development Manager develops and manages).
– Company benefits such as pension scheme and healthcare.
Due to the very high number of responses we’re going to get to this job ad, we will only be able to respond to those candidates who are already a Business Development Manager and want to continue being a Business Development Manager.
If you’ve ever been a manager responsible for the development of business before and would like to work with other Business Development Managers, please apply by sending your full and up to date CV, including salary requirements and the names and contact details of two work references.
Thank you for reading this advert for a Business Development Manager.
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