Client Relationship Manager
6 days left
- Full Time
A permanent Client Relationship Manager job for a not for profit organisation in London. Paying a salary of £33k.
Your new charity
A successful, not for profit organisation dedicated to providing training and support across England.
The organisation has a vision to empower individuals and enable them to look after themselves, breaking down barriers and encouraging a social understanding.
Due to growth and an exciting demand for the organisation's services, they are looking for a Client Relationship Manager to join their team in their London head office.
Your new role
As the Client Relationship Manager, you will be the prime figure in adding value and growing the organisation even further. You will be the face of the organisation and your responsibilities will include:
- Being the first point of contact for clients and external department enquiries
- Maintaining current client relationships, as well as creating and developing new relationships
- Primarily responsible for overseeing and coordinating all aspects of the clients experience
- Being an 'ambassador' of the organisation, providing excellent standards of information and service from initial enquiry to commissioning of services
What you can expect in return
You will be working for a successful organisation who pride themselves on their employees and making an impact on peoples learning.
You will be based in the head office in Central London and offered a salary of £33,000, alongside an internal staff benefits package.
What you will need to succeed
Your experience in a similar role and setting will drive your success
You will use your demonstrable experience of Client Relations Management, alongside a track record of working with multiple clients to lay the foundations of your career with this organisation.
What to do now
To apply for this Client Relationship Manager role, please email your CV to our Office & Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number 61747CH. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.