Our business is dynamic and fast paced, constantly evolving to ensure we always remain compliant with current and planned legislation; our innovative leadership team continually improving our position as a high performing organisation.
We look to hire individuals who are keen to be challenged, are hungry for success and who will share our passion for working in an energetic and motivated environment.
We recognise that our success as a Group is shaped by the success of our people, so we believe in developing our employees - aiming to create opportunities and careers rather than jobs.
We are currently located in Elstead, however are moving to new offices in Farnham (Surrey) later this year.
ABOUT THE ROLE
The Site Relations team are responsible for providing a high level of service to new and existing clients (both B2B and B2C), both onsite and via phone/email contact
They are required to gain an understanding of internal and external client needs and successfully manage their expectations to ensure that all customer contacts result in a positive experience.
The role of a Site Relations Executive involves working and meeting with clients on-site to help them make the right decisions with their accounts and explain the services available to them from IN-SYNC Group, ultimately getting them registered with us
The team are also expected to identify possible sales opportunities and generate new business for IN-SYNC.
As part of this team, you will arrange and attend site visits around the UK in order to improve sales conversations and build effective client relationships, a full UK driving licence and car is therefore essential
You will have a positive and proactive approach to work, with a determination to achieve targets and well developed communication skills.
On top of a basic salary, this role will include a commission structure linked to successful cross selling.
22 days holiday increasing 1 day per year to a max of 25
Healthcare Cash Plan / Perkbox Membership
Support with professional studies
Childcare Voucher Scheme