Role: Business Development Manager
Hours: Full time, remote working – 37.5 hours per week. Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm.
Salary: Salary circa £42,000 per annum, depending on experience. Plus, Car Allowance.
Due to expansion both organically and via acquisitions, CareTech’s Specialist Services Division is seeking to recruit a resilient Business Development Manager for the Midlands on a full-time basis to further strengthen the Business Development team. We are seeking a results-focused professional who is able to bring immediate strategic value. You will play a key part in ensuring we deliver our budget occupancy each month.
In return we will offer:
- Competitive Salary of £42,000 per annum with a car allowance of £4,800
- 25 days annual leave + 8 bank holidays
- Company pension scheme – 3% contribution (subject to passing probation period)
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 3 years’ experience as a BDM in the healthcare sector and have the ability to deliver on targets and increase growth. You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills along with the ability to listen and translate a customer's needs.
- Actively identify new business in your region to drive business growth
- Identify commissioners, key decision makers and influencers within the NHS and local authorities
- Maintain a real time understanding of the commissioning strategies of the ICB’s in your region to identify opportunities to align our service offerings to their needs.
- Establish credibility and build strong relationships with multiple department heads, operations and registered managers
- Manage the referrals process for your region, including processing bed offers, obtaining signed funding agreements and recording enquiries and referrals
This is not an exhaustive list of responsibilities and duties but reflects accurately the position of the marketing & referrals coordinator.
CareTech is a leading private healthcare provider who is committed to offering the highest quality of care and rehabilitation to adults with a range of complex needs, including learning disabilities, autism, mental health disorders and/or behaviours that challenge.