Collins McNicholas

Fantastic opportunity for an experienced Business Development professional. Our client, an established Clinical Research Organisation is looking for a talented Business Development Director to become part of their team in Dublin.

Responsibilities:

  • Looking for and establishing business relationships with new clients from all over the world with core focus on Western Europe;
  • Building referral and lead generation network;
  • Creating a network of contacts, promoting company positive image and increasing its market awareness;
  • Maintaining relationships with existing clients and winning business from new ones;
  • Upholding excellence in client relationships and ensuring customer loyalty through excellent customer service and meticulous attention to clients’ business needs;
  • Ensuring proper and regular update of the CRM in line with the established procedures;
  • Ensuring proper electronic filing of relevant client-related documentation;
  • Preparation for and participation in conferences;
  • Being cognizant of yearly targets and objectives;
  • Participation in development and implementation of strategies for new products and services;
  • Determining new opportunities by analyzing business needs;
  • Serving as a lead facilitator both internally and externally for projects.

Required: 

  • At least 4 years of experience in sales with  2-3years of sales in CRO;
  • Specialized professional-level knowledge of the biopharmaceutical drug development market, its processes, outsourcing and procurement;
  • Pharma industry experience will be considered an advantage.

If interested please give Ita Hodder a call on 01 6620088 or email on ita.hodder@collinsmcnicholas.ie

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