Pilbara Business Development Manager - Karratha Based

Pilbara Business Development Manager - Karratha Based

Jck Recruitment | karratha, WA, AU

Posted 12 days ago

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Pilbara Business Development Manager - Karratha Based
JCK Recruitment
My client is proudly West Australian owned and operated so they understand the unique needs of our large state and country. The company is a major player in supply and servicing of industrial and commercial pressure cleaners, heaters and vacuum cleaners and is the proud exclusive distributor of SPITWATER in WA.
Client is seeking a self-motivated go getter to represent the company as a Business Development Manager. You will be based in Karratha in the Pilbara, and you will be responsible for servicing clients along the coastal region from Onslow through to Port Hedland and inland from Marble Bar through to Tom Price.
You will be promoting and selling all products and services that the client offers including retail products, bespoke and engineering products, asset management, hire and Diacon conveyor spillage systems, whilst strengthening the clients brand within the mining, oil, and gas industries to build and maintain relationships with new and existing clients.
This role will work closely with the Pilbara Admin/Coordinator for optimum regional revenues and will report directly to the line manager who is based in Perth.
Fabrication and Manufacturing background (Preferred)
Understanding of the resource sector
Good understanding of HSE requirements for the resource/energy sector
Good verbal and written communication skills
Proactive and positive attitude
Must be able to work autonomously
Great Salary plus Super
Fully Maintained Vehicle
Relocation paid if required.
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