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Graduate Job Delegate/Directory Sales Executive

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: The Graduate Recruitment Company
Reference: 37468RW
Salary: 20000  

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You must be an intelligent, bright graduate with a solid academic background who has the vision to succeed and grow within an enormously successful, yet small company specialising in the international defence and security arenas. The Role Working on a number of international conferences, you role will be to immerse yourself in the world of international crime and how to prevent it. You will speaking to global heads of security from leading organisations, MI5, Interpol, National Crime Squad and Government bodies etc and selling them space on different conferences across the globe designed to tackle the threat of international crime. You will also be responsible for launching and selling listing space in a directory fit to service this sector. This role requires a keen sales person with a very professional edge to them and who is capable of conducting telephone sales to delegates at the most senior level. The Company Our client are the leading international facilitator in the new world of public private partnerships, business risk and international security. Based in Central London this small company are hugely successful already with a turnover of ú1million from its formative years with this figure expecting to be doubled in 2 years time. If you are interested in applying for this role then please contact Richard Wilkes on 0870 048 9213 ASAP or email richard@grc.uk.net

Location: London (inner and outer)

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