Digital Billboard Development Manager - OUTDOOR MEDIA OWNER

London with Travel
Up to £50,000 (depending on experience)
16 Apr 2012
16 May 2012

The Role

New business development - produce and deliver face to face; presentations with clients, in particular, at present, focusing on top class digital sites.

To identify and develop local and national corporate partners with the correct property portfolio to match the business needs.

Carry out site surveys (could include travelling)

Managing new tender process.

Responsible for overall delivery of panel numbers for the team

Research new business potentials and produce supporting documentation

Work closely with client services during surveys/proposals  to ensure deadlines are met

Ensure Management Reporting is produced within set time scales.

Ensure all leads are followed up within a set time scale

Understanding of property leases/licensing and the ability to negotiate contracts

Maintaining landlord relationships at all times, both existing and potential

To manage and control strict financial business plans, budgets/proposals at all times ensuring the business only develops the best and most profitable of sites going forward

Maintaining good internal relationships between departments, so all processes run smoothly and to plan (Including Estates, Sales, Marketing, Health and Safety, Operations and Construction and the Regional Offices).

The role may lead to managing and building a UK team of site finders/developers to a strict acquisition/development strategy set by the executive team.

Skills & Knowledge

Ability to negotiate

Self motivated and able to manage one’s self

Strong communication and presentation skills

Understanding of property legal documents

Strong IT skills in all Microsoft packages

Existing knowledge of handling Corporate Landlords 

Essential Skills

Extensive knowledge of outdoor media, ideally from a development background

Ability to make management operating decisions

Key contacts withing the outdooe development world

Knowledge and good understanding of planning advertsing regulations