Mid-Senior Strategist - ATL Agency - London
Mid-Senior Strategist - Advertising Agency - London
This world-famous London advertising agency is now looking for a talented Strategist to join their busy planning department. They have a reputation for delivering outstanding and award-winning work, with a first-class management team, successful new business wins and an already impressive set of local and global clients.
You'll be working on a major global FMCG brand as well as supporting the team on new business, you’ll help to craft strategies for big brands on a range of creative campaigns.
- Take client briefs, interrogate them and scope projects
- Develop 360 brand, communications and creative strategies
- Devise compelling strategic presentations
- Write creative briefs and inspire creatives throughout the process
- Plan and facilitate workshops
- Work on new business pitches
- Manage research
- Translate qual and quant data into actionable insights
You’ll already be a mid-weight Strategist looking for the next step on the career ladder. You will be at a stage in your career where you are used to taking projects and making them your own, you have courage in your own convictions, are commercially savvy and confident developing client relationships independently.
- Working in an agency strategy around 5 years
- Have ATL campaign strategy experience
- Have a track record working on FMCG brands
- A lateral thinker and a logical problem solver
- Able to communicate clear and compelling arguments
- An excellent listener and collaborator
- Impeccable presentation skills
- Calm under pressure
This is a position that’s is a real chance to grow and develop with a leading advertising agency.
Interested in the role? Then click "Apply" and submit your CV along with a few lines on why you think you have the wow factor.
To considered for this role, candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
Whilst every effort is made to contact everyone who applies, due to a high number of applications we are unable to give individual feedback to those who are unsuccessful.