Norwegian Mid Enterprise Account Executive

Do you want to join the battle against cyber criminals?

Are you a Norwegian speaker to native level?



Hardly a day goes by without yet another organisation falling prey to a cyber attack or data breach, in this day and age mobile devices, email and social media are the main tools required to conduct business and for cyber criminals to wreak digital havoc.

It is exciting to work for a company that truly believes in what they are doing and committed to bringing passion and customer focus to the business resulting in over 49 consecutive quarters of revenue growth.

This has now led to expansion requiring a Mid Enterprise Account Manager based in Reading to further develop the territory in Norway.



What will you do in a tiny nutshell?

Convert prospects into sales with interaction from medium sized enterprises up to CxO level alongside technical staff within security and IT organisations.

Partner with the channel to drive incremental revenue.



Who you are

Full Sales Cycle experience from prospecting to closing is absolutely essential.

Strong interpersonal and presentation skills required to accurately close business and build a strong business pipeline.

Hunter mentality willing to develop new accounts in the middle enterprise market space.

Successful inside sales experience in related field; IT departments/management preferred.

Fluent in both Norwegian and English

Existing relationships within similar markets is preferred.



In return you will get

Competitive salary and bonus plus a whole range of incentives and perks.



Apply and get in touch, call Callan Wilson on 02070293799 or email c.wilson@eurolondon.com

Consultant

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Callan Wilson

Team: IT & Technical

I specialise in: Multilingual Technology roles

Languages: English, French & Spanish

I’ve been at Euro London since: July 2015

Love London, love recruitment, love IT, love languages.

If I were a famous person I would be Neil Armstrong because I love cheese.

Fun fact: I was nameless for three weeks before my parents decided to name me after a town in Northern Ireland.

 

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