Meet Mike Eldridge:
He needs a sales and marketing administrator to support him at the new P2ML office in Dunston Business Village (it’s award-winning):
Mike has been in the telecoms industry for <ahem> years. He’s helped build several businesses. He’s someone you can learn a lot from.
I’m Gillies, the recruiter that placed Mike with P2ML. I’m based in Edinburgh and I’ve been working in recruitment for 11 years.
I’m now helping Mike to grow the team in the new office. P2ML are a growing telecoms consultancy who need your talent and ability to help Mike steadily build the new office into something great.
Enough about us. What about you?
I bet friends describe you as a good listener.
In this job you’ll listen to the telecoms market, gather business and market intelligence across publications, forums, appearances on the web, social media, and through self-developing contacts within the industry, and to continually feed this to the management team, who will use this to steer the direction of the whole business.
Here’s the detail:
- Organise yourself and others around winning work
- Research both online and through conversation with industry experts to gather the most useful information
- Keep the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system up-to-date with the latest telecoms developments
- Handle and acknowledge incoming calls from new opportunities, and to arrange meetings with any new inbound enquiries where required
- Identify current social media feeds, and generate new ideas of how to maintain a positive profile in the market place
- Update calendars and create background briefings for meetings
- Administer, collate and support the business in responding to tender submissions
- Identify potential trade shows, which could increase the profile in the market, and attend those trade shows
- Participate in all of the administrative requirements of a newly created office
In return, Mike will invest in you and help you take your career further.
Even if you don’t have an up-to-date CV, apply now and I’ll talk you through it: