Construction Industry Sales Management Jobs in Manchester
Are you located in Manchester or looking to move there in the very near future? Do you have previous experience in either the construction industry or sales? Are you looking for something a little more challenging or just different from what you are used to? Then getting in contact with the team here at Courtney Smith Group could be the best decision you ever make.
We have been operating as a recruiter since 2003 and in that time have positioned ourselves as the leading organisation specialising in building sales management.
While it will obviously help your application if you do have the necessary experience and skills in either management or sales, don’t despair if you don’t as we can still help you if you’re lacking. As important as your skills, professional qualifications and experience are though, we are always keen to learn what makes people stand out from the many others out there looking for the same roles.
So, don’t be freaked out if wee start asking you what seems like personal questions. Just be honest and share with us your aspirations, goals, motivations and as well as what you like and dislike. We take the whole process very seriously as our success as a recruiter is only based on the quality of candidates we supply to our trusted clients.
Therefore, we are not interested in merely ticking boxes and meeting ridiculous candidate quantity targets.
If you are still reading this and want to learn more, you need to take the next step and get in contact with us. You can do this in a variety of different ways. You can either send us an email or give us a phone call. If you have very limited time though, you can quickly and directly send us your CV, if it’s up-to-date, using the Upload Your CV button. You can also just check out what’s available on our job boards in the way of construction industry sales management jobs in Manchester, as advertised in the bottom half of the page.
It’s up to you…do you want to take that exciting step towards a new career or not?