Executive Sales Educator
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- Cranfield University
- circa £60K (plus generous pension)
- Closing date:
- 18th October
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Cranfield University is unique. We are the UK’s only university to exclusively provide postgraduate education. We are committed to unlocking the potential of people and organisations by working with business leaders and their management teams to overcome industry specific challenges.
Our faculty are actively engaged in consultancy and business-relevant research putting them in close touch with the needs of business and government. Our teaching is current and topical, with a real-world focus, gained from deep industry experience.
The School of Management is one of the oldest business schools in Europe. To support our growth, we are seeking to appoint an Executive Sales Educator to join our faculty. As a member of the Sales faculty, you will deliver teaching programmes, contribute to thought leadership and lead on industry engagement to develop partnerships, events, executive education, and industry-focused research across the themes of: Professional Selling, Key Account Management, Account Based Marketing & Commercial Negotiation.
We are seeking individuals that may have gained their experience in an industry-based leadership position, training, or academic role, who can demonstrate expertise across business-to-business relationships, commercial negotiation, strategic selling, or key account management. You will have strong communication and presentation skills and the ability to engage at a senior level with industry.
We will support the successful candidate to gain a post graduate higher education teaching qualification, opening up the potential to progress an academic career.
Our equal opportunities and diversity monitoring has shown that minority ethnic groups are currently underrepresented within the University and so we actively encourage applications from eligible candidates from these groups, in addition to other underrepresented protected characteristic areas, such as disability and LGBTQ+.
How to Apply
This is a two part application process. Once you have submitted your CV and supporting statement, you will receive an email inviting you to record a three-minute video which addresses what motivated you to apply for this role and what experience you will bring.