We’ll assume you haven’t been brushing up on your Latin skills of late.
As such, Match and Fable is about to drop a little knowledge on you.
Who knows, it might come in handy and the next dinner party you attend?
Did you know the translation of the phrase ‘nota bene’ is, ‘to note well’.
It’s most commonly seen in its short form – ‘n/b’ or ‘NB’.
The abbreviation is utilized to draw a reader’s attention to a particular item or detail.
What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role?
That said, while you’re ‘here’ … we’d like to draw YOUR attention to one hell of a great role!
Our national client is looking for a Corporate Account Manager to develop their BC based sales territory which spans the regions of Langley + Surrey + Abbotsford + Chilliwack.
The successful sales professional will be tasked with securing new business + growing share of wallet opportunities with existing clientele.
POSITION: CORPORATE ACCOUNT MANAGER
REPORTS TO: DIRECTOR, SALES
TERRITORY: LANGLEY + SURREY + ABBOTSFORD + CHILLIWACK
- The CAM is responsible for an account base of ~100 accounts – across their territory
- The account base is comprised of clients who conduct various levels of business with our client
- Objective #1a: secure new business from targets who are not currently active clients
- Objective #1b: Protect existing business and grow share of wallet with existing accounts
- 3+ years of B2B sales experience (hunting and farming) in a sales territory
- Inspired & hungry … and don’t need a fire lit beneath you to get down to business
- Strong entrepreneurial skills + the ability to work independently
- Previous, formal sales training … would be a great asset
BASE SALARY: $70,000 – $75,000
ON-TARGET VARIABLE: $17,500 – $18,750
ON-TARGET EARNINGS: $87,500 – $93,750
OTHER: company vehicle + insurance + gas card + benefits + vacation
QUALIFIED? There are 3 things we’ll need from you;
- Send your resume to Mark Krpan at email@example.com.
- Ensure subject line of your email reads; NOTA BENE – 26A22-MTCHFBL
- In a short email … please tell Mark how your experience fits what we’ve outlined above.