Business Development Executive – Financejaop 4 views

Fostering best practices for personal financial planning

Impacting training and academic programs

Setting professional standards

Influencing public policy

The business development professional shall have three primary responsibilities:

Formulating a business plan

Help the body meet the international requirements of the Financial Planning Standards Board (FPSB)

Work with partner regulators in Nigeria to get their buy-in

Other functions shall be to generate leads, that typically include:

Researching organizations and individuals online (especially on social media) to identify new leads and potential new partners and ideas

Researching the current needs, and how to meet them.

Plan and manage events

Organize the body’s meetings, take accurate minutes of meetings and ensure circulation of same.

Ensure prompt and accurate dissemination of information.

The business executive shall also function as the event manager for the body’s various events. This includes:

Preparing PowerPoint presentations and sales displays to call for sponsorship and partnership.

Developing quotes and proposals

Negotiating and renegotiating by phone, email, and in person

Developing sales goals for the team and ensuring they are met

Training personnel and helping team members develop their skills

Business Development Executive Skills

To be an effective business development executive, an individual must be:

Socially adept

Good with numbers

Able to provide quality leadership

A brilliant researcher and business planner

The skills you need to excel in this position include:

Strong communication and IT fluency

Creative talents and the ability to solve tough problems

In-depth knowledge of the industry and its current events

The ability to handle pressure and meet deadlines

Skill in prioritizing and triaging obligations

Attention to detail

Excellent time management and organization

Only candidates can apply for this job.