Job Description

Elsevier is a global digital information and analytics company that helps institutions and professional’s advance, research, open science and healthcare to improve performance for the benefit of humanity.

About the role:

In this position, you will be responsible for managing academic accounts in Australia and New Zealand with a focus on achieving and exceeding annual sales targets of online information products, and research workflow tools for the Elsevier Research Solutions Sales team.

Take your place amongst the best-in-class solution sales professionals in our industry. Working off short to long sales cycles, you will translate your in-depth understanding of our customers’ needs into cutting-edge information solutions that enable them to raise the bar and excel in breakthroughs that generate positive—sometimes ground breaking—outcomes in critical domains of human endeavour. And with most of our revenue from online sales, you will need technology panache. In return you can expect excellent sales support and the best-available tools and training.

As part of a dedicated Research Sales Solutions team, the Account Manager is responsible for achieving overall revenue in renewal and new based sales from academic/university accounts.

Based in our Sydney head office and reporting to the ANZ Regional Account Director, you will achieve this by:

  • Regular market visits, as you build sustainable relationships with C-level stakeholders librarian and university influencers, decision makers and end users
  • Strategizing and planning for current requirements while constantly monitoring market conditions and competitor offerings
  • Translate client requirements into realistic opportunities, and formulate market focused strategies to meet these needs
  • As part of the broader sales team, contribute to the development of sales strategies for the ANZ region

To be considered for this role you will need to possess:

  • A University degree
  • 5-10 years of sales and medium to large account management experience with online, e-products or subscription-based business models.
  • Publishing or research workflow tools industry experience is advantageous but not essential
  • Experience in research and development labs/offices at a university or government institution desired but not essential
  • Must be very proficient with MS Office – in particular, Excel, Word, Powerpoint
  • Training and experience in using Sales with a major sales process methodology
  • CRM or experience in managing pipeline, forecasting, sales stage advancement, analytic and reporting skills.

Our working culture is highly respectful, stimulating and diverse; enabling bright, passionate people to do their best work. We offer challenging but realistic objectives, recognition for achievement, career advancement and the opportunity to challenge the status quo. We're a truly global company, working across geographies everyday with our people sharing a passion for health and science. We offer an opportunity to make a difference in people's lives by helping the health and science communities find and use trusted, high-quality information.

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