Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism (MBRIT) is expanding its team to meet the demands of our fast-growing region.
MBRIT is searching for a Relationship Manager to work with key corporate stakeholders primarily in greater Caboolture.
It’s an established area being transformed by the likes of North Harbour and where the huge Caboolture West development about to start.
“Caboolture has massive potential and opportunity,” MBRIT CEO Shane Newcombe said, “and we are offering someone the chance to be part of it.
“We need someone who thrives on building long-lasting and meaningful relationships – and enjoys going the extra mile to overdeliver.
“It is a key position to help MBRIT achieve its main goal - increase the prosperity of the Moreton Bay Region.”
Main responsibilities for the new Relationship Manager will be establishing, maintaining and enhancing the relationship between the company and external clients.
The successful candidate would also need to generate sales strategies in target markets, create and implement business plans to generate revenue.
Candidates should have excellent skills in these areas, a minimum two years’ experience in sales and or/event sponsorship and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
Full details of Relationship Manager position click here
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