A global educational company with offices in Cambridge, is looking to appoint an Account Manager for the Middle East, who can speak Arabic. The role will be working across the Middle East, engaging with government officials and ministries of education to provide educational solutions for the region.
The successful candidate will have high level experience in communication and delivering consultancy to government and ministries within the region. We are looking for candidates with a consultative approach using market intelligence and a comprehension of economic and political landscapes within your conversations with your clients. You will have strong account management experience working in education or publishing. You will need exceptional relationship building skills, as well as bring an innovative, determined attitude to the role. The position works with multiple teams so you will have to have excellent communication and stakeholder management skills.
Key responsibilities of the role include managing existing accounts, as well as building on and creating new relationships. Your goals will be in-line with the business development strategy plan, which are achievable through lead generation and collaboration. The role also requires that you create strategic account plans and have a vision to drive client campaigns.
Please note this role is based in Cambridge and not in territory. Occasional travel will be required.
For a full description of the role, please send your CV with a brief paragraph outlining your relevant skills.
Closing Date: Early applications may be prioritised.
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