Business Development Specialist, M&A
Harris Computer Corporation
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
6d ago

OVERVIEW Our Public Sector Group (PSG) is seeking a Business Development Specialist to work closely with PSG’s Senior Management team in continuing the company’s success in mergers and acquisition (M&A) activity.

Reporting to the Director M&A, this position will play a key role in identifying and screening qualified acquisition opportunities.

The ideal candidate is a true people-person, someone who is inherently curious and has a passion for creating and maintaining relationships.

Prior business development experience is critical. While no formal financial training is required, basic financial literacy and / or a knowledge of software is an asset.

  • Role location is flexible; Remote candidates will be considered. WHAT WILL YOUR NEW ROLE BE Support the M&A team in screening and researching potential company targets Directly solicit and engage companies for acquisition;
  • cold call, and qualify target companies to ensure they meet our investment profile Maintain relationships with PSG’s existing network of acquisition targets through frequent telephone calls and e-mails Effectively communicate Harris’ investment strategy, while ensuring that the investment process is handled with care and professionalism Track activities and maintain relevant information in Salesforce CRM Arrange roadshows, identify and attend relevant conferences and tradeshows to generate leads and build relationships with prospects Generate and report on leads, set up qualified appointments and move opportunities through the M&A pipeline Some travel required (

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