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The City of Wolverhampton is part of the Birmingham and Black Country conurbation and has a catchment of 1.73 million people within a 30-minute drive time. This vibrant city is one of the top ten growing economies in the UK and is currently enjoying record levels of private and public investment with £3.7 billion being injected into regeneration projects citywide. The central location of Wolverhampton within the UK, coupled with strong connectivity has already made the city an attractive proposition to sector leading firms such as Jaguar Land Rover, Marstons, Moog, UTC Aerospace and Wiggle.

The three largest employment sectors in Wolverhampton are FMCG (18%), Manufacturing (14%), and Human health and social work activities (15%). Wolverhampton has developed a strong reputation for investing in young people with the skills they need to prosper in the 21st century workforce. From early years through to further and higher education and beyond, the city offers a first-class education. Alongside its high-tech learning centres, top sports facilities and virtual learning opportunities, the University of Wolverhampton Science Park provides incubation space for creative businesses and business support services. The strength of Wolverhampton’s higher education sector is complemented by its Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) oriented Academies and leading private-sector providers, most notably GTG Training Academy.

Health and social care are also major employers in the City of Wolverhampton. It has been estimated that adult social care services in Wolverhampton contribute approximately £250 million each year to the City economy. In addition, the NHS is a major contributor, working across the Black Country and West Birmingham is estimated at approximately £2 billion. Over 8,000 staff are employed at the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust and a proportion of the 2,000 staff of the Black Country NHS Partnership Trust practice in the city.

Key Account Manager

£46000 - £54000 per annum

Manufacturing Futures is looking to recruit a Key Account Manager for our client who are a market leader in their respected field. There is no new business activity or cold calling, this role is managing existing key accounts who already deal with the company and to increase their Y-o-Y spend, but you do need to…

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