Sales Operations Manager

We’re looking for a Sales Operations Manager to join our Commercial division. Your mission will be to bring people, data and initiatives together to support the Sales Team in increasing their effectiveness, productivity and revenue growth. We need someone who’ll immerse themselves into the Redgate sales organisation; you’ll understand the company sales strategy and be passionate about achieving it. You’ll be the one tracking Redgate’s sales initiatives and ensuring they’re completed on time by setting timelines and collaborating with key stakeholders across the business.

You’ll be a strategic partner to the Sales Management Team, comfortable with raising mistakes, challenges or misalignments and suggesting areas of improvement too. We’ll rely on you to ensure we’re using sales and marketing data to enhance our sales strategies and make the right decisions.

You’ll have an important operational role to play too. You’ll be the one responsible for ensuring that our sales data is clean, accurate and complete, working with the Sales Team to create useful and relevant dashboards. You’ll manage the sales process, ensuring that the Sales Teams are working to this. You’ll also collect sales forecasts and review these for accuracy as well as compiling sales numbers and completing sales plans and statements.

You’ll line manage our Sales Operations Administration team, working together to deliver top quality sales operations to the division.

The role is based in our Cambridge office in the UK, however you’ll be working with the Sales Teams in our US offices too, so the role will involve some travel.

What makes you Redgate’s next Sales Operations Manager?

  • You’ve worked in a sales environment and can operate at both a strategic and operational level
  • You enjoy collaborating with others and have effective communication and interpersonal skills
  • You’re experienced in process management and reporting
  • You love data and are passionate about delivering accurate and useful information to stakeholders
  • You’ve got solid Excel skills
  • You’re motivated and driven to deliver projects on time and to completion

What would really help?

  • Experience with a Salesforce CRM would be highly desirable

What’s the package?

  • You’ll work 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday. Working times are flexible, but you’ll need to ensure that you’re able to communicate with the offices in both the UK and US.
  • Salary is £45k – £55k, depending on experience
  • A great benefits package
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