JOBS: Energy Institute – Business Development Manager, £30k Aberdeen

PrintBusiness Development Manager – Aberdeen

Up to £30,000 p.a. Two year contract

The Energy Institute (EI) is the chartered professional membership body for the global energy industry, providing learning and networking opportunities, professional recognition and energy knowledge resources for individuals and companies worldwide. It serves society with independence, disseminating knowledge, skills and good practice towards a safe, secure and sustainable energy system.

The EI is looking to appoint a Business Development Manager to be based in Aberdeen to generate new business for the EI. The postholder will develop close relationships with companies in the region by identifying EI champions and delivering in-house workshops. They will represent the EI at events and raise awareness of all EI services including Membership, Training, Events and Publications. They will recruit new individual and company members to meet member targets.

The postholder will have knowledge of the Oil and Gas and wider energy sector and be able to work on their own initiative. They will able to set, monitor and report against KPIs and will work closely with both the EI’s HQ staff and the branch volunteer members through the active branch committee.

The job description / person specification is on the EI’s website: https://www.energyinst.org/about-us/Vacancies.

Please send CV and covering letter explaining how you meet our requirements by 25 May 2015 to:

hr2@energyinst.org

or by post to:

Helen Sullivan

Energy Institute

61 New Cavendish Street

London

W1G 7AR

 

 

 

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