Hanson Wade

Graduate Sales Executive (Life Science - Delegate Acquisition)

UK-London
2 weeks ago
# of Openings
1
ID
2017-1131
Category
Sales

Overview

 18K - £22K basic salary, 30K – 35K Uncapped OTE

 Love life sciences and sales but loath lab work? Did you love what you studied but don’t necessarily want a career in it…….realise that you are more target driven and high achieving? Then look no further we are looking for high achieving graduates in Life Sciences.

 

In this dynamic sales role, you’ll be utilising the knowledge that you have studied for and you’ll be responsible for raising awareness and selling delegate places on a range of our conferences. You’ll be contacting senior decision makers to discuss their current requirements and helping them to evaluate how attending our events can accelerate their business objectives.

 

The harder you work the bigger the pay cheque. You can expect to earn between £30-£35K in your first year and potentially 40K in your second year. The On Target Earnings is uncapped so the sky really is the limit with many progressing to a management role within 18 months.

 

At our brand new offices based in the heart of Victoria, you’ll join our 3 week intense sales academy combining both classroom theory and on the job learning where you’ll master the latest sales techniques from the best trainers in the industry. Giving you all the tools to enable you to not only meet but surpass your target earnings.

 

This is what the graduates that joined us last year are saying:

 

“Once a naïve inexperienced genetics graduate, now embracing the city life at Hanson Wade. Developing the audience for our Life Sciences Conferences enabled myself to hold onto my scientific background, but now in a more commercial setting. The extensive sales training meant I was able to progress through the sales progression scheme; reaching the position of Delegate Acquisition Manger in the minimum requirements possible. Office culture/environment is where the company flourishes. Being welcomed every morning to enthusiastic people makes Hanson Wade the company that it is today. For sure it is hard work, but you will end up loving what you do.”

 

Marcus Levitt, University Of Manchester, Genetics 2.1https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-levitt-9407bba8/

 

 

If you’re looking for a role with incredible earning potential, a great environment with like minded people and a 1st class training and development programme then apply now.

 

ABOUT YOU:

 

  • You aim to beat any target set and push yourself in and out of work
  • You are a determined 2:1 graduate
  • Hardworking and ambitious
  • Thrive in a Commercial Environment
  • Quick thinking
  • Eager to learn
  • Confident on the phone
  • Your CV easily demonstrates that you have that added potential we’re looking for
  • You can attend an assessment centre on 9th November (you will find out if you have been successful on the day)
  • You can start on 20th November 2017

 

PACKAGE:

 

  • 18K - £22K basic salary, £30K - £35K OTE, uncapped commission
  • Immediate increased salary after passing probation
  • Individual training budget
  • Excellent career opportunities into a variety of different departments across the business
  • Regular incentives for high achievers
  • Organised social nights out 
  • International travel to attend events
  • A fun & fast paced working environment At Hanson Wade we expect you to work hard, but we also want you to have fun doing it.
  • You’ll work in a vibrant, friendly atmosphere that helps you get the most out of your working day

 

Apply NOW and if selected you’ll be called by our recruitment team in the next few days so keep an eye out for our call! Candidates that submit a cover letter expressing their reasons for their interest will automatically get preference. Even if you’re not selected we will make sure we get back to everyone who has applied.

 

Meet the Company below - we look forward to seeing you soon

Meet the Waders - July 2017

 

 

 

 

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