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Account Manager

Location: Basildon, United Kingdom

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Join System C as an Account Manager and Drive Healthcare IT Innovation!

About Us:

System C is a pioneering leader in healthcare IT solutions, dedicated to revolutionizing the way healthcare is delivered. We pride ourselves on our innovative approach and commitment to transforming healthcare for the better.

Role Overview:

As an Account Manager at System C, you will be a vital member of our Sales Team, driving new business creation and managing a portfolio of territory-based customer accounts. Your efforts will directly impact our company's revenue, profitability, and overall success.

Key Responsibilities:

Market Insight and Strategy:

  • Conduct thorough market research and analysis to identify new business opportunities within the UK healthcare IT landscape.
  • Understand our clients' needs and challenges, aligning our solutions to meet their strategic objectives.
  • Contribute to the development and execution of our overall account management strategy.

Sales Excellence:

  • Lead the entire sales lifecycle, from initial engagement to negotiation and closing deals, including interactions with senior-level executives.
  • Plan and prioritize personal sales activities to achieve business goals, including managing personal time and productivity.
  • Manage a portfolio of accounts, consistently exceeding sales targets and revenue goals.

Client Relations and Communication:

  • Build and maintain strong, long-lasting relationships with key decision-makers.
  • Deliver compelling presentations and proposals, clearly articulating the value of our solutions.
  • Communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders to develop profitable business relationships.

Project and Stakeholder Management:

  • Ensure timely and successful delivery of projects, exceeding client expectations.
  • Collaborate with internal teams to deliver a seamless client experience.
  • Proactively manage expectations and navigate challenges to maintain strong stakeholder relationships.

Problem-Solving and Continuous Improvement:

  • Address client concerns by identifying root causes and implementing effective solutions.
  • Analyze data to diagnose problems and make informed recommendations.
  • Remain resilient under pressure, demonstrating a commitment to client satisfaction and business success.

Essential Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in Healthcare IT account management or a related field.
  • Proven track record of exceeding sales targets and achieving revenue growth.
  • Strong understanding of the UK healthcare IT market.
  • Excellent problem-solving, analytical, and negotiation skills.
  • Highly attuned interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Strong commercial awareness and strategic thinking abilities.
  • Full UK Driving Licence required.

Why Join Us?

At System C, you'll have the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on healthcare delivery while advancing your career in a dynamic and supportive environment. We offer competitive compensation, ongoing professional development, and a chance to be part of a forward-thinking team that values innovation and excellence.

Apply today and help us shape the future of healthcare IT!

At System C, we prioritise transparency in our job requirements and selection criteria, ensuring they are based solely on the essentials needed for effective job performance. We consciously avoid assumptions that could skew our perception of a candidate’s suitability for hire.

Our recruitment practices are designed to ensure that no applicant is unfairly disadvantaged by procedures or requirements that disproportionately affect protected groups without being essential for the job.

For every position, we develop a detailed job description and person specification. This approach maintains our focus on the true demands of the role and the skills, experience, and qualifications necessary. During interviews, we involve multiple interviewers where possible to further mitigate unintentional bias, thereby promoting a fair and equitable hiring process.