Exams Head of Commercial - UAE, Qatar, Oman
Region
Middle East North Africa (MENA)
Country / Territory
Flexible Location
Location
Flexible Location
Department
English & Exams
Job Category
Business Development/Partnerships
Pay Band
Pay Band 7
Vacancy Description
Location: 1 position in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Muscat or Qatar - please state your preference in the supporting statement Contract Duration: 2 years renewable Closing Date: 13.01.2019 Pay Band: 7/F
 
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Role purpose

 The purpose of this role is to develop the 2-3 year Gulf Commercial plan, drawing together Regional targets, market insights and market intelligence to agree priorities and focus with Country/Group Business Development and input into the 3-5 year Regional Commercial Strategy.  This role is ultimately responsible for overseeing Demand Planning for the Group, assessing and monitoring quality of pipeline fill, commercial viability, sales forecasting and capacity fill.  The role also ensures the development/tailoring of solutions/value propositions to meet market needs in conjunction with Regional Commercial Manager, co-ordinates support for the development of large scale tenders and manages contract governance.

Location: 1 position in Abu Dhabi,  Dubai, Muscat or Qatar - please state your preference in the supporting statement
Contract Duration:  2 years renewable 
Closing Date: 13.01.2019
Pay Band: 7/F

Please note that the mobility contract can be offered for those not based in the region, local contract for those in UAE or Qatar, and transfer assistance for those in the region who may be required to move countries as a result of the recruitment.
 
*Internal candidates please remember to include your last two performance reviews. 

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