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The role

We are searching for a full time Assessment Consultant based in New Zealand on a fixed term, 12-month contract to support and maintain existing and prospect clients across the country. The Assessment Consultant will be responsible for the sales activity of the suite of assessments within the go-to-market team. The assessment products include but not limited to: ICAS, REACH, SCOUT within a defined NZ territory and any other additional future assessments.

The position requires strong experience in both account management and direct selling as the remit for this role is to preserve and grow existing business whilst prospecting for new opportunities on a weekly basis.

The successful candidate will be results driven, with a very “hands-on” approach that can demonstrate excellent day-on-day time and activity management whist working remotely and autonomously.

From time to time this role may require interstate and overseas travel to develop relationships with our clients.

Other duties include:

  • Manage and take ownership of a prescribed NZ territory with responsibility for retention and growth of existing business and development of new business
  • Achieve prescribed revenue growth targets
  • Develop and maintain an ongoing program of new business development
  • Enhance the profile and awareness of ICAS Assessments and our full range of products and services within Janison
  • Resolve client issues in conjunction with Customer Service and management
  • Participate in regular sales meetings, training session and forums as well as events to promote sales and marketing of ICAS Assessments including presentations to external organisations and trade shows
  • Participate in and contribute to the development of business and growth strategies for both their own geographic territory and the ICAS Assessments business
  • Regular formal reporting on all aspects of field activity in CRM
  • Comply with and promote agreed WHS practices, privacy provisions, agreed codes, policies, and procedures, and conduct work in a respectful, safe, and efficient manner

About you

Tertiary qualifications in a business or education related discipline such as teaching and/or a minimum 3 years’ experience in a relevant educational sales management or similar role

Ability to manage and develop a geographic sales territory growing existing client relationships and securing new business opportunities

Experience in building strong relationships and partnerships with external and internal stakeholders whilst working both autonomously and as part of a small team

Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with experience in presenting to both small and large groups

Intermediate to advanced computer skills including the use of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Experience in using CRM.

Valid and current driver’s licence and the ability to travel interstate or overseas if required (and within health Covid guidelines)


Experience in the selling of educational testing and assessment services to schools or other educational organisations

Existing networks and experience selling products and services within the New Zealand education system

Next steps

If you are looking for an organisation that will support your growth, provide you with the flexibility you need and are looking for a greater purpose to exercise your skills, then please apply by submitting your CV today. Should your application be shortlisted; a member of our P&C team will be in touch for a confidential chat


About Janison

Janison is a global force for good – we exist to improve education and unlock the potential in every learner. Founded 20 years ago, we are an award-winning Australian owned, publicly listed edtech pioneer thriving on the global stage and delivering more than 10 million assessments annually in over 120 countries.

Janison’s culture is built on our commitment to our relationships with our clients, partners and each other. We empower each other, work together to ‘find a way’ and act with respect to our people, community and planet.

Benefits & Culture

People are everything to us at Janison. Our culture is collaborative, inclusive and fun, and our team have a passion for excellence and innovation.

You can expect a fantastic team environment, flexible working arrangements, and investment in your personal and professional development.

We are also proud of our highly competitive Employee Share Ownership Plan, extra leave and bonus program, which enables you to share in our company’s accelerating success.

For a glimpse into Janison’s culture initiatives, and to see our regular employee updates, follow #onejanison on LinkedIn.