The Bergaila Companies

Business Development – Existing Accounts

Posted Date 3 days ago(5/16/2024 12:28 PM)
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We are currently looking for an Business Development professional based out of Midland, TX. This role has ongoing responsibility for existing and new account relationship development, business growth, and “best in class” client satisfaction of Bergaila’s services.


The Bergaila Companies

 The Bergaila Companies, a privately held enterprise headquartered in Houston, TX with offices in Midland, TX, and Denver, CO, is a leading supplier of contract engineering/technical staffing services to many of the world’s leading oil and gas, engineering and construction, and oil field supply & service companies. Founded in 1987, we have earned a reputation for service excellence with both our client companies and employees. At Bergaila, we view our customers as our partners and demonstrate an unwavering commitment to collaboration in building staffing solutions that meet their desired goals and outcomes.


Primary and key functions:


- Work closely with Business Development -Director and operational teams to ensure business goals and objectives are met

- Territory Management Strategy

- Pursue and build client contact relationships to ensure full discovery of existing and forecasted staffing needs

- New account/opportunity sales development

- Contractor/Client liaison activities to ensure fulfillment of Bergaila service offerings

- Database systems proficiency and update management



- Sales oriented work background

- Oil and gas preferred- not required

- Strong communication skills -oral and written

- Demonstrated career successes

- Midland/Odessa based with trips to the field

- Clear driving and background

- Strong Computer Skills

- Must be able to travel to client sites 75% of time

- Assertive, solutions oriented, outcome driven work style




- Base salary plus commission

- Top tier benefits and 401k programs


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