Sales Executive, Business Development
flexible work hours
[Position Overview] Science Centre Singapore is dedicated to the promotion of interest, learning and creativity in science & technology through imaginative and enjoyable experiences. Through these experiences, the Centre also contributes to the nation's development of its human resource. We are looking for a dynamic candidate to take up the post of Sales Executive, Business Development. The Sales Executive, Business Development will be responsible for generating revenue through promoting, selling membership schemes and retaining members to enable the Centre to meet its objective. [Essential Job Functions] You are required to develop and execute sales and marketing strategies which include sourcing for promotional partners and developing marketing campaigns and collaterals. You are responsible for acquiring new sales accounts and servicing existing customers as well as managing client’s request, expectation and consolidating their feedback. You will oversee operations to achieve excellent service standards, sales targets and maintain good customer/business relationship [Requirements] The ideal candidate should have at least 2 years of working experience in sales, marketing, business development or event management. He/She must be self-motivated, interactive and is a team player with good interpersonal skill. Having a customer-oriented mindset with networking ability and negotiation skill is essential for this position.
work experience level: mid level
must-have skills: EXPERIENCE IN SALES, MARKETING, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OR EVENT MANAGEMENT, TEAM PLAYER, GOOD INTERPERSONAL SKILL, CUSTOMER-ORIENTED
nice to have skills: INTERACTIVE, MOTIVATED
Science Centre Singapore
While formal educational institutions make sure we are raising a nation of “science literate people”, Science Centre Singapore takes this to the next level. We make science accessible and engaging, creating an environment where Singaporeans are empowered to advance their own learning and, hopefully, are inspired to do something incredible with their futures. Some of the ways we do this are by: * setting up exhibitions to illustrate the principles and powers of science and technology in everyday life * conducting school programmes to complement the school science syllabus * producing scientific magazines and natural history guide books * organising promotional activities to bring science closer to the people of Singapore