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Regional Business Development Managers

About the Company

Job Information

  • Region

    North England, North Scotland

  • Salary


  • Date Posted


  • Closing Date

    Closing Soon 15/01/2023

Job description

As the largest integrated forestry business in the UK, and a member of binderholz – Europe’s leading timber processing operation – BSW Group is a rapidly developing multisite business, with a turnover in excess of £650m and operations spanning forestry, sawmilling, timber manufacturing and energy.

Tilhill has, over the last 70+ years, planted more than 1 billion trees and, as a private company, has the greatest number of professionally qualified managers. We specialise in woodland creation and management, timber harvesting and buying, and landscaping. We strive at all times to provide an unrivalled service to our clients and customers.

Tilhill is at the forefront of the provision of nature-based solutions that help fight climate change in the most natural way. We are offering you the chance to join us and build an enduring career in sustainable nature-based solutions within our highly successful Business Development Team.

Forestry is at the heart of our business and these roles focus on seeking profitable growth opportunities across our forestry business. These roles are integral to our business development aspirations.

We are seeking applications from dynamic people who are motivated by the following statements:

  • You have the drive, enthusiasm, and passion that we are looking for.
  • You are excited at the prospect of growing a profitable client list that includes adding
    new and nurturing existing clients.
  • You thrive on exploring new business opportunities and identifying and developing
    our business strategy whilst accelerating the growth of our forestry operations.

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