A leading Management Consultancy in London is hiring a French speaking Sales Executive Assistant to support the EVP who covers the Food and Beverage industry.
The EVP and team are looking for a French speaking Executive Assistant with proven commercial acumen and experience working in a sales environment to join them. You will ideally have developed your career within priority industries of the Financial Services, Food & Beverage or Telecommunications sectors.
You will have a strong sense of urgency to set sales meetings focussed on the highest potential prospects therefore significant experience supporting CEO and/or other C-level executives of major companies is highly advantageous.
A very prominent part of your daily life at work will be to organise follow up meetings and call prospects to set up new business meetings for the EVP. Therefore you should be naturally engaging with the ability to open doors and build relationships with other EA's across Executive offices.
You will be a self starter, a hunter who is competitive, resilient and who has the courage to confront. To that end you will be naturally persuasive, charismatic, confident, and persistent. You must be able to speak French to a native level. Fluency in additional languages, such as German, is considered highly advantageous.
You will be educated to degree level preferably from a leading Business School in France.
This position offers excellent earning potential so you will be motivated by the high OTE (on target earnings) and uncapped incentive potential directly tied to the delivery of satisfied clients and client revenues.
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