The Drum Jobs http://www.thedrum.co.uk/jobs/rss/ 25 November 2016 15:03:38 +0000 Account Manager (AM) http://www.thedrum.com/jobs/details/143508/Account%2520Manager%2520%28AM%29.html Role Objective Reporting to the Head of Client Services, the AM is responsible for the achievement of annual revenue targets, managing and developing existing key accounts, as well as increasing /maximising the spending potential of existing key accounts. Develop and maintain close working relationships with all allocated clients so that the company remains at the forefront of their minds and to ensure that no sales opportunities are missed. Must take responsibility for the development, management, implementation and maintenance of strategic account plans for key accounts. Help the Commercial Team to achieve goals around business development and growth within agreed sectors, assisting with new business proposals and pitches when required. Should attend and actively participate in regular Sales meetings and ensure forecast and pipeline reports are kept accurate and up to date. Ensure appropriate communication is upheld both internally in The Company and externally with clients and potential new clients. Maintain excellent relationships with clients, colleagues and suppliers, and present a professional attitude at all times. Role Responsibilities Promote the Company’s products and services to existing customers by nurturing relationships with key decision makers - and those who influence at all levels within the account - and developing strong and consistent relationships Understand the clients’ business needs, objectives and practices and present compelling business propositions, concepts and ideas to clients at senior level Develop strategic... 08 December 2016 12:12:18 +0000 Trainee Digital Support Specialist http://www.thedrum.com/jobs/details/144650/Trainee%2520Digital%2520Support%2520Specialist.html Behind first-class combat communications lies a first-class support structure. Just like anywhere else, for effective communications in the battlefield you need electricity, lighting and a trusted set of hands to get it where it needs to go. Our Digital Support Specialists ensure communication keeps flowing by managing, delivering and installing communications infrastructure to the battlefield and military bases. And, while doing so, they gain qualifications, experiences and a few friends along the way. BECOME A BETTER YOU Our Digital Support Specialists are there whenever and wherever we need them. Whether it's on base, in the battlefield or in a civilian crisis, we rely on Digital Support Specialists to transport and install power and lighting systems wherever needed. Whether you're responsible for delivering the infrastructure and maintaining inventory or working as an engineer, this is a role full of excitement, responsibility and rewards. WORLD-CLASS TRAINING Basic training will teach you soldier skills, like how to survive outdoors and fire weapons. The training will also develop your fitness before you progress at the Royal School of Signals. After your basic training, you'll start learning the specialist skills, you need to excel in your role. And, once you finish Phase 2 training, you'll be ready for all the exciting new adventures about to come your way. GAIN QUALIFICATIONS The Army will pay for you to gain valuable qualifications. These could include: Foundation Modern Apprenticeship A variety of driving licences NVQ Level 2 in IT... 08 December 2016 12:12:17 +0000 Trainee Digital Support Specialist http://www.thedrum.com/jobs/details/144637/Trainee%2520Digital%2520Support%2520Specialist.html Behind first-class combat communications lies a first-class support structure. Just like anywhere else, for effective communications in the battlefield you need electricity, lighting and a trusted set of hands to get it where it needs to go. Our Digital Support Specialists ensure communication keeps flowing by managing, delivering and installing communications infrastructure to the battlefield and military bases. And, while doing so, they gain qualifications, experiences and a few friends along the way. BECOME A BETTER YOU Our Digital Support Specialists are there whenever and wherever we need them. Whether it's on base, in the battlefield or in a civilian crisis, we rely on Digital Support Specialists to transport and install power and lighting systems wherever needed. Whether you're responsible for delivering the infrastructure and maintaining inventory or working as an engineer, this is a role full of excitement, responsibility and rewards. WORLD-CLASS TRAINING Basic training will teach you soldier skills, like how to survive outdoors and fire weapons. The training will also develop your fitness before you progress at the Royal School of Signals. After your basic training, you'll start learning the specialist skills, you need to excel in your role. And, once you finish Phase 2 training, you'll be ready for all the exciting new adventures about to come your way. GAIN QUALIFICATIONS The Army will pay for you to gain valuable qualifications. These could include: Foundation Modern Apprenticeship A variety of driving licences NVQ Level 2 in IT...