Seismic Partner is seeking Vice President of Business Development and Sales

We’re seeking a dynamic VP of Business Development and Sales with proven experience in the seismic industry to drive our expansion and sales.

As a key player, you’ll lead business growth by identifying new opportunities, forging strategic partnerships, and expanding our client base. Leveraging your expertise in sales and business development, you’ll drive revenue growth and market penetration.

Your role will involve collaborating with cross-functional teams, engaging with clients, and staying on top of industry trends.

Join us in shaping the future of seismic exploration and making a positive impact on the industry. If you are a results-driven seismic professional with a passion for innovation and sales, we want to hear from you.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop and execute strategic sales plans to achieve company objectives.
  • Identify and pursue new business opportunities, partnerships, and markets to drive revenue growth.
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with key stakeholders, including clients and industry partners.
  • Conduct market research and analysis to identify trends, competitor activities, and potential areas for expansion.
  • Manage bid processes, from initial opportunity assessment to submission and post-bid analysis.
  • Represent the company at industry events, conferences, and meetings to promote our brand and services.

Requirements:

  • Proven track record of success in business development and sales within the seismic industry.
  • Strong understanding of seismic technologies, equipment, and services, as well as industry trends and dynamics.
  • Commercially minded.

Benefits:

  • Competitive compensation package.
  • Opportunities for professional development and career advancement.
  • Collaborative and dynamic work environment.

Location:

  • Oslo / Norway

For more information, please contact Per Helge Semb, per.helge.semb@seismicpartner.com

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