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Dementia Capable Care Sales Specialist - Manchester

 The Dementia Capable Care (DCC) Sales Specialist is accountable for the growth of the DCC programme throughout the UK.
 
Reporting directly to the Director of Sales, the DCC Sales Specialist is required to be a motivated self-starter, capable of leveraging existing relationships and of driving the DCC product set into new accounts.

Job responsibilities include:

  • Meeting assigned targets for profitable sales volume, market share and other key financial performance objectives
  • Establishing and governing Sales performance management system
  • Demonstrating evidence of strategic customer relationships and new business wins within the dementia sector
  • Accountable for driving increased marketing-qualified leads and overall company revenue   
  •  Identifiying and monitoring competitor activity, threats and opportunities
  •  Establishing and maintaining productive peer-to-peer relationships with customers and prospects.
  • Achieving assigned organisational objectives for Sales

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Please send your application (CV and covering email) or any enquiries to Andrew Naughton: anaughton@crisisprevention.com.
 

Training Delivery

Global Professional Instructor - French / English speaking / South of England-based

The Global Professional Instructor (GPI) is responsible for the effective and professional delivery of any or all CPI products this may include Consultancy, Customisation, Training, Instructor support and project work as required both in the UK, France and any other country where programmes may be commissioned.

Day-to-day tasks and responsibilities include but are not limited to: 

  • To maintain a high level of skills both theoretical and physical skills across key offerings.
  • To work closely with appropriate Director/GPM in developing and maintaining knowledge and skills in respect of key products.
  • To undertake non training role and responsibilities as required.
  • To take responsibility for managing their scheduled commitments regarding allocated training and or other support expectations.
  • To support and mentor new instructors as required.
  • To work closely with their relevant Director/Global Professional Manager (GPM) in ensuring that all delivery and or other duties are completed to a high standard.
  • To follow company procedures and protocols in respect of documentation and or submission of expenses and receipts, this to be completed in a timely manner in line with company expectations.
  • To support the development and growth of the company in all customer facing events, this could involve meeting existing and or new customers as required.
  • To attend conferences and support trade shows/stands as required.
  • Responsible for ensuring appropriate communications within the company regarding all aspects of training delivery.
  • To participate in any/all quality assurance mechanisms within the company, this will include annual appraisals.
  • To ensure that you have access to appropriate transport to enable timely and cost-effective arrival and delivery of scheduled training events It is an expectation that all employed GPI’s will have access to a car for the purposes of travel.
  • Working with appropriate others and as requested by appropriate Director/GPM being involved in developmental work around either product design or delivery.
  • Engaging in quality assurance mechanisms as required.
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Please send your application (CV and covering email) to Maria Taylor: mtaylor@crisisprevention.com



Product Development

Assistant Product Manager - Manchester / WFH

The Assistant Product Manager supports the Heads of Product in ensuring the quality, strength and profitability of CPI's products and programmes throughout their lifecycle. This position has daily interactions with various staff and departments; specifically, working closely with internal teams in Product Development, IT, Training, Sales and Customer Support.

Day-to-day tasks and responsibilities include but are not limited to: 

  •  Assist product managers with the development of the product by:
  • Researching competitors’ products and promotion strategies to contribute to the business case
  • Obtaining sales and inventory data
  • Initiate SKU request
  • Coordinate online time studies
  • Maintains the product management SharePoint and coordinates regular meetings to review product changes and ideas
  • Serve as a point of contact for all requests related to products and collaborate with other staff in addressing any matter arising
  • Coordinates logistics for Peer Review of new product content, collates and shares information from the review accordingly
  • Work with finance and warehouse to assist with the discontinuation of product 
  • Maintains sole source document for legal, updates yearly or as needed
  • Potential domestic and international travel (0 - 30%)
  • Perform other position-related duties as assigned.
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Please send your application (CV and covering email) by April 11th to Jonathan Glennon: jglennon@crisisprevention.com.


About us

 

If you want to work for a company where your work matters, your contribution is recognised, and you can feel good about what you do, consider working for CPI.

CPI employees care about making the world a better place. You can feel it when you talk to us, see it when you step into our training classes, and feel it when you meet people who’ve used our strategies to help people in their care. To us, Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security℠ is not only the core of our training programmes. This philosophy guides us in all we do.

We treat our customers, guests, and each other with dignity and respect. We are stewards of these principles.

Our mission is to provide our customers with training and resources to ensure safety for themselves, their colleagues, and the people in their care. We strive to provide our customers with a personal customer service experience each and every time they interact with us because we believe business should be personal.

Our Employment Philosophy

Wherever your professional talents lie, you will find rewarding work at CPI. You should consider joining us because we:

  • Recognise all employees as important, integral parts of our team.

  • Have hardworking employees who excel at what they do.

  • Promote qualified candidates from within whenever we can.

  • Provide a safe and pleasant workplace that embraces Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security℠.

  • Encourage employees to expand their knowledge and value to the company through educational opportunities.

  • Honour the value and strength of cultural diversity.

Equal Employment Opportunity

We are an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions are based on merit, qualifications, and competence. Our employment practices are not influenced or affected by an applicant’s or employee’s race, colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, age, disability unrelated to ability to do a job, or any other characteristic protected by law. This policy governs all aspects of employment, promotion, assignment, termination, and other terms, conditions, and privileges of employment.