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Head of Revenue Kenya Vacancy

One of the large software development company providing Banking and Financial suite of software to various customers spread across Africa ¡s looking for a passionate individual with proven track record who can help us to be among fortune 500 companies.

Do you have the passion in you to take up this challenge?

Job Title: Head of Revenue

Job Description:

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Head of Revenue will be responsible for contributing to the success of selling and marketing our existing suit of financial software.

Supervising, coordinating, directing and establishing plans and strategies to expand the customer base in order to achieve maximum profitability and growth in line with company vision and values

Key Responsibilities:

* Develops a business plan, budget and sales strategy that ensures attainment of company sales goals and profitability.
* Responsible for the performance management, development and motivation of the Sales Executives.
* Understanding forthcoming customer initiatives and monitoring what competitors are doing
* Provide timely, accurate, feedback to senior management regarding competitive pricing, and strive to maintain maximum profit margin.
* Be able to generate and close High value deals within private and public sectors.

Experience and Background Required:

* A degree ¡n Business Administration or related discipline-sales management,
* Financial Software industry knowledge is must with at least 4-5 years at a senior sales management
* Strong relationship building skills preferably from a major blue chip company
* Results driven with a passion for exceeding the goals.
* Sales and marketing exposure, with preferably training in the same field will be an added advantage
* Excellent communication, negotiation and presentation skills

Key Attributes:

* A person with DO or DIE attitude.

If you meet the above requirements, please send your resume and application letter quoting the Job Title to ad2sep2011@gmail.com to reach us by Tuesday, 15th September, 2011

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