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Partnerships Manager

Mindler

Mindler

Sales & Business Development
London, UK
Posted on Thursday, June 20, 2024

About Mindler

Mindler is on a mission to revolutionize therapy for the modern world. In the UK, the need for mental health support is skyrocketing, leaving traditional services overwhelmed. Here's where Mindler steps in. We combine a user-friendly, mobile-first platform with highly qualified therapists and psychologists available via video call. We call it "blended" CBT, offering an exceptional patient experience that scales to meet today's growing demand.

Good mental health is the foundation for living a fulfilling life. Yet, long waiting lists and stigma surrounding mental health struggles prevent many from getting the help they deserve. At Mindler, you'll play a pivotal role in changing that. You'll help improve the lives of thousands by making high-quality therapy accessible, setting a new standard for mental healthcare across Europe.

To expand our reach and impact, we're focusing on strategic partnerships with UK insurers and public sector clients. Due to our rapid growth, we're seeking a passionate and creative Partnership Manager to drive sales, collaborate with our team to develop our businesses, and contribute to shaping our UK sales strategy.

Join our mission to transform mental healthcare. Make a difference. Apply today!

The Role

As a Partnership Manager for the UK, you will play a pivotal role in scaling up and managing our business-to-insurance (B2I) and NHS partnerships. You will work closely with stakeholders including the Global Partnerships team, local Customer Experience and Product teams across the organisation. You will be based at our London office and report to the UK Country Manager. This role is both hands-on sales as well as strategic and requires a proactive and creative approach to relationship building and end-to-end management of the sales funnel within a scale-up environment. You simply have to be great at creating business opportunities!

Key Responsibilities

  • Work closely with the UK Country Manager to develop a comprehensive sales strategy for the UK market.
  • Analyse partnership possibilities and understand various companies' offerings and needs within the sector.
  • Cultivate strong, trust-based relationships with clients, with a primary focus on growth in company care and insurance client partnerships.
  • Develop deep product knowledge to deliver compelling sales pitches highlighting Mindler's features and benefits.
  • Own the end-to-end sales funnel, from lead generation to closure.
  • Act as a liaison between key clients and internal teams, ensuring smooth communication.
  • Implement metrics and reporting mechanisms to track and analyze sales performance.
  • Provide regular updates to the leadership team on key metrics, challenges, and opportunities.
  • Maintain an updated CRM system, adhering to systematic and structured sales processes.
  • Onboard, manage, and update customer accounts, proactively handling agreements as needed.

Flexible working

We’re a supportive team and we’re interested in what you can do, not when and where you do it. However, we’re moving at speed to change healthcare for the better, and we’re typically together in our London office for two-three days per week. We trust and support each other, and will give you autonomy to deliver your goals and find a balance that works for you.

Does the following apply to you?

  • 3+ years of experience in partnerships management and/or end to end sales.
  • Strong understanding of health/mental health and/or insurance market in the UK.
  • A passion for enabling mental health treatment and being a part of destigmatising conversations regarding the issues.
  • Exceptional negotiation and communication skills.
  • Experience with CRM systems

Office location

Just opposite Victoria Station - 25 Wilton Road, Victoria, London, SW1V 1LW.

We are looking forward to hearing from you!

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Mindler is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to gender, gender identity or expression, national origin, religion or other beliefs, disability, sexual orientation or age.