De Raph City Travel and Tour, a leading Travel Consultant, is recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: Relationship Manager
- A relationship manager strives to develop positive relationships with either the customers or firms that a company does business with.
- Customer relationship managers strive to help a company retain current customers by analyzing and meeting each customer’s individual needs.
- They function as a trusted and loyal advisor regarding business challenges clients are facing via identifying competitive threats and recommending helpful strategies to help clients realize their business goals. Business relationship managers work with internal departments in a large company, as well as suppliers and other firms the company has a relationship with, to improve communication and strengthen loyalty, with the end goal of increasing profits.
Duties and Responsibilities
No matter if the relationship manager is focused on the customer side or the business side, there are some common general core tasks. Based on our review of job listings, these include:
- Relationship managers understand, at least in a broad sense, the service or product offerings of clients and businesses they work with. Relationship managers develop and maintain a solid network with expert individuals who can assist in achieving customer or business goals, and embrace the fact that it will take the expertise of many to be successful.
Developing and Maintaining a Personal Network:
- The relationship manager is known as an expert in one or more areas by both colleagues and clients in the industry.
- He or she has an established personal network to call upon for referrals and references and can offer value to any relationship he or she creates. The relationship manager is also able to consistently form new relationships.
- Assessing Needs of Customer or Business:
- A relationship manager understands business functions or customer goals to create possible strategies. The relationship manager also analyzes all benefits, risks, and costs of proposed strategies to determine whether they are viable.
Participating in Planning Sessions:
- Helping customers or businesses develop a framework for improvement is a key duty of a relationship manager. For example, the manager will identify key processes to achieve successful results and document a plan of action.
- To ensure clients are satisfied with their products and services, relationship managers must conduct satisfaction surveys and reviews. Additionally, they must monitor performance results against plans in action and flag potential issues for further review.
Skills and Qualifications
Relationship managers work in a variety of industries and are experts at networking. Employers also look for applicants who possess the following abilities:
- Verbal and written communication skills because relationship managers are expected to reach out to contacts, clients, experts, and people in various departments of a company, excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential to building trust and respect
- Team management skills the relationship manager doesn’t achieve results on his or her own. Rather he or she develops and leads a team with members that exemplify the right combination of skills and experience for each particular client or business
- Relationship-building skills a relationship manager builds trust with clients by demonstrating integrity and professional competence consistently. He or she is also empathetic and demonstrates a genuine interest in client and business needs. Progressing relationships in a positive direction is a relationship manager’s specialty
- Thought leadership skills a successful relationship manager is recognized as an expert and cited in publications as such. Clients clamor to have a relationship manager’s input when discussing strategy or operations goals, and are open to his or her influence when it comes to decision making
- Interpersonal skills the ability to project charisma, adjust tone, and develop a strong rapport with a diverse group of clientele is crucial to a relationship manager’s success
Job Title: Marketing Executive
Employment Type: Full-time
- Develops sales strategies that match customer requirements.
- Marketing executives, also known as marketing officers or marketing coordinators, are involved in developing marketing campaigns to promote a service, product, event or campaign. While the work of a marketing executive varies depending on the type and size of the organisation and sector,
- The role broadly includes planning, organising events, sponsorship, advertising, public relations and research. The focus can be on selling a product, a service or raising awareness of an issue that affects the public.
- Preparing and delivering marketing plans within key objectives
- Working with in-house designers to produce materials of visual impact and within brand guidelines
- Involving key stakeholders for product at each stage of campaign, and reporting results once completed
- Generating and executing marketing campaigns across social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and many more
- Generating reports for digital marketing campaigns using data based analytics tools and also presenting this data in an easy to understand format
- Sourcing advertising opportunities and placing adverts in the press, radio or TV as appropriate to the product or service
- Liaising with media, printers and publishers as required and managing the production of marketing materials such as leaflets, flyers, posters and newsletters, including e-newsletters and DVDs
- Liaising with events coordinators to maximise visibility at conferences, receptions and exhibitions, including compiling product and literature lists to display or demonstrate
- Attending key conferences to manage booth, do customer interviews and focus groups
- Monitoring competitor activity and generating leads for products and services.
- Qualification: Bachelor’s Degree
- Experience: 0 – 1 year.
Deadline: 25th September, 2020.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should forward their CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org using the “Job title” as the subject of the email.