Arrow Electronics Strategic Account Manager in San Jose, California

Position:

Strategic Account Manager

Job Description:

Location: Anywhere US

The Business Development Manager is responsible for actively identifying, developing, designing and executing case specific reverse logistics and supply chain solution sales within Value Added Reseller (VAR) market segments. This position will focus on creating and developing strategic relationships with Executive level management within these accounts with a specific focus on post-distribution life-cycle services. This position requires executive level presentation skills and the ability to influence decision outcomes at all levels within an organization. Keen negotiation skills and the innate ability to recognize opportunities is a must for this role. This position has responsibility for selling and helping on-board programmatic solutions and predictable revenue streams within net-new accounts. The Business Development Manager II is also responsible for achieving account development objectives, account acquisition goals and revenue and gross profit production performance levels.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: While working closely with the leadership team, the Business Development Manager will engage and develop a defined set of large strategic target accounts focusing on long-term, programmatic solution sales in reverse supply chain and life-cycle services. Forecast and achieve revenues from net-new accounts. Collaborate with leadership and staff, Marketing, Operations and IT to assist in developing the services needed to grow account revenues. Develop strong domain knowledge of service offerings to enable consultative selling approaches into the customer account base. Identify and develop new accounts or new prospects within existing accounts that represent long-term programmatic engagement potential. Support training and preparation of clients to insure smooth launch and ongoing use of Arrow’s services. Arrange and conduct in-depth presentations to qualified decision-makers within named accounts and build influential and strategic relationships with C-level decision makers. Leads and participates in customer/vendor/affiliate contract negotiations in order to maximize business opportunities. Influences continuous improvement efforts designed to maximize results of the business development and account penetration process. Through collaboration with leadership, other BDM’s and Account Managers closely map and monitor business models of large top-tier targets in order to continuously develop matching supply-chain solutions. Make recommendations for supply-chain solutions improvements. Must consistently update CRM and other data tools. Perform additional duties as assigned.

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS:

BA or BS in business, marketing or engineering.

Exceptions to education may be made based on a minimum ten years related work experience and proven track record of success in a similar role.

At least ten years of recent experience in selling complex supply chain solutions.

Advanced data-analysis and financial modeling skills. Exceptional verbal and written communication skills including strong presentation skills to C-level executives.

Advanced financial modeling and ROI analysis skills.

Track record of recently penetrating and growing business from defined accounts.

Advanced problem solving and issue management skills.

Must have a successful track record of selling at a strategic level.

Must have advanced negotiation and presentation skills.

Proven ability to be successful in a highly matrixed, complex global organization.

RELATIONSHIPS: Internal Contacts: Works with members of leadership and support teams throughout the organization. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS: This position involves sitting and/or walking for considerable lengths of time. Travel of up to 75% is required.

Location:

San Jose

Time Type:

Full time

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