My Big Green Fleet currently require two Corporate Account Managers to join our growing company.
- Listening to customer requirements and presenting appropriately to make a sale;
- Maintaining and developing relationships with existing customers in person and via telephone calls and emails;
- Calling to arrange meetings with potential customers to prospect for new business;
- Acting as a contact between a company and its existing and potential markets;
- Negotiating the terms of an agreement and closing sales;
- Gathering market and customer information;
- Negotiating on price, costs, delivery and specifications with buyers and managers;
- Recording sales and order information and sending copies to the sales office, or entering figures into a computer system;
- Reviewing your own sales performance, aiming to meet or exceed targets;
- Making accurate, rapid cost calculations and providing customers with quotations.
The ideal candidate should be self-motivated, highly organised and willing to learn and be able to thrive in a fast paced environment
Any experience of the car fleet industries would be significantly preferred.
In return our client is looking to offer a competitive basic salary plus excellent benefits package and plenty of opportunities to develop and progress your career.
Please email CV and covering letter to
Please No Agencies
The following could help your car in an emergency.
- Ice scraper
- Clothes: warm clothes, gloves, hat, sturdy boots, jacket and an extra change of clothes for the cold
- Blankets or sleeping bags
- Charged mobile Phone: and car charger
- Water: at least 1 gallon of water per person a day for at least 3 days
- Basic toolkit: pliers, wrench, screwdriver
- Cat litter or sand: for better tire traction
- Manual can opener
- Jumper cables: might want to include flares or reflective triangle
- Flashlights: with extra batteries
- First Aid Kit: remember any necessary medications, baby formula and diapers if you have a small child
- Food: non-perishable food such as canned food, and protein rich foods like nuts and energy bars
We currently require a Part time Administrator to join our growing team.
Candidates will be responsible for providing administration support to the team including liaising with clients and supplier companies in a professional manner.
- Must have first class verbal & written communication skills
- As this position involves data entry, invoicing, credit control and telephone work, candidates must have great attention to detail to ensure accuracy
- Candidates will require good knowledge of IT and good Microsoft Word & Excel & keyboard skills for data entry
- GCSE or equivalent minimum grade B in English & Mathematics
- Covering reception (answering calls / greeting visitors)
- Scanning of documents and electronic filing
- Archiving paperwork
- Checking and sorting correspondence/mail.
- The ideal candidate should be self-motivated, highly organised and willing to learn and be able to thrive in a fast paced environment
- Any experience of the financial service or car fleet industries would be significantly preferred.
Please email a CV and covering letter to email@example.com
Lack of light, compromised night vision, rush hour, impaired drivers and fatigue all contribute to making driving at night more dangerous than during any other time of day.
What should you do to combat darkness?
- Aim your headlights correctly, and make sure they’re clean
- Dim your dashboard
- Look away from oncoming lights
- If you wear glasses, make sure they’re anti-reflective
- Clean the windshield to eliminate streaks
- Slow down to compensate for limited visibility and reduced stopping time
While we do only one quarter of our driving at night, 50 percent of traffic deaths happen at night. It doesn’t matter whether the road is familiar or not, driving at night is always more dangerous.
About 35,500 people were killed in car crashes in 2013, according to Injury Facts 2015. By taking some extra precautions, we can all contribute to reducing these numbers.
Keep it Clean
Make sure that your headlights, taillights and turn signals are clean (and of course, clear of ice and snow), and ensure that your mirrors are also clean and properly adjusted. This can help maximize your ability to see what’s going on around you.Additionally, cleaning your windshield and windows with newspaper will help remove streaks that compromise your visibility at night, according to Popular Mechanics. Once your windows are clean, try to avoid touching them or wiping them off with your bare hand, since your skin’s oil can smear and create a glare when light shines in. Instead, keep a clean cloth in your glove box or center console, so you’ll have it handy when your windshield needs cleaning.
Keep Your Eyes from Getting Fatigued
After driving for a while, it’s easy to get locked into that nearly zen-like state of staring blankly at the road. This is probably what causes those little illusions where it seems like the road is moving. While it’s not easy to find other things to look at when you’re driving through, say, the heart of Kansas, most roads have other things you can look at along the way. Keep your eyes moving and look at as many other things as you can in the dark while still keeping them on the road. This prevents your eyes from getting fatigued. It’s the same basic idea as the 20-20-20 rule for computer eye strain.
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