About the role
Connect are looking for two Business Development Market Analysts to join our team based at Head Office at Quorum Business Park.
You will evaluate and research all NHS Trust / CCG strategies and activity data to identify opportunities to support our efficiency model. This will also include desktop research to support the Business Development Team to build clear and data evidenced opportunities across the UK.
You will then proactively follow up on these leads and arrange face to face meetings in which the data will support discussions with prospective clients. As the first point of contact with the team you will build our pipeline of opportunities through strong working relationships with all our internal and external stakeholders.
Who we’re looking for
You will be a highly self-driven confident individual, who can demonstrate motivation and passion to deliver an excellent level of service. You will be resilient, confident, results focused with a can-do approach and not afraid to try. You will be a professional and effective communicator, who can build strong working relationships.
If you have any queries regarding this role, please email email@example.com
About the Business Area
Our expertise and experience puts us at the forefront of MSK pathway design so we deliver care that is integrated, evidence-based and locally responsive.
Connect offer a range of accessible musculoskeletal and rehabilitation services in a variety of convenient locations including GP surgeries, clinics and health centres. Our community-based models focus on prevention and effective rehabilitation for over 15 Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs).
So who is Connect?
We’ve grown from a single private clinic to being the largest provider of community musculoskeletal physiotherapy services in the UK, with over 150 clinical experts in MSK and occupational physiotherapy. We provide bespoke occupational services to companies and organisations and are a trusted and longstanding provider of numerous community service contracts across the country for the NHS.