Strategy Manager

Recruiter
Location
London
Salary
£40000 - £50000 per annum
Posted
28 Sep 2016
Closes
26 Oct 2016
Ref
CS-P788
Contact
Emma Dearden
Discipline
Media
Specialism
Planning & Strategy
Sector
B2B, B2C
Business Type
Agency
Seniority
Manager
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full-Time

This is a wonderful opportunity for a Strategy Manager, to work in one of the world's largest media agencies, in Central London.

My client is an award winning global media planning agency based in the heart of Soho working with some of the biggest well-known brands. They are now looking for a Strategy Manager to work on their biggest client which is a global digital tech business. They also have a strategic alliance with the client which means they also handle wider briefs beyond media planning and buying, spanning into data, content and advisory services.

The role of the Strategy Manager is to work closely with the client to get to grips with the clients real business problems (even without a well-articulated brief) and propose an interesting strategy and route forward. You'll also be leading the strategic vision on all global and local communications planning projects.

To be the right Strategy Manager you'll have experience of working in a media agency and used to working with high spending accounts. As the account is digitally focused, you'll also have a strong understanding of the wider media landscape, especially PPC, display and social. As a result role the will suit either an experienced planner looking to move into strategy or a strategist looking for more responsibility.

In terms of cultural fit you'll be highly motivated and passionate about consumer behaviour and media change. You'll also be a strong communicator and used to presenting to senior clients and forging strong relationships.

So if this sounds like you please get in touch with your latest CV, and a brief explanation as to why you're suited to the role.

Please note due to the high volume of candidates we will only reply to those successful in their application.