Location: London, Paris, Qatar
Salary: £75,000 plus benefits
Each managerial position entails a unique set of key duties and day-to-day tasks; however, all posts will involve a relatively high degree of responsibility and the jobholder will be expected to help the company reach its goals through efficiently and effectively utilising its resources and personnel
Remuneration for a business manager is determined by experience, the nature of the specific post, the industry and the size of the employer. Overall the average figure for a GM in the UK is £33,000 a year; however, figures begin at around £25,000 and those working for large, successful firms can earn well beyond £60,000 a year. Sales managers typically earn in the range of nearly £50,000 a year and business development managers usually see figures around £55,000 a year, though the range is from £25,000 to nearly £95,000 annually.
Business managers effect organizational changes. They are visionary thinkers who develop, evaluate, strategize, and put into operation measures to make a company successful. A key role for business executive is to dialog and review current protocols with existing management personnel of different departments. This allows them to have a clear understanding of if and/or why current business measures are effective. Based on these findings they propose new policies to generate higher revenues for a company.
Business managers make difficult and far reaching decisions on a daily basis and as such are required to have an exhaustively, comprehensive knowledge of a company’s goods or service. Due to the role and service provided by a business manager, they attract good salary packages. However, their remuneration is dependent on where they are in the company, whether at middle management or in an executive position.
BLT will consider applications based only on skills and ability and will not discriminate on any grounds.