Account Director – Advertising Agency
Account Director – Advertising Agency – Central London – to £55k
Iconic advertising agency seeks a talented Account Director to work on a high-profile, youth-focused brand in a TV / digitally led role.
Revered for its stunning TV work, this iconic ad agency needs no introduction. It is one of the best there is – arguably THE best.
And quite simply this is an opportunity not to be missed. The Account Director role not only includes TV projects but integrated work too, predominantly digital.
You will work within a small team but be part of a big agency – the best of both worlds.
Junior Account Directors, Account Directors or Senior Account Directors will be considered.
Salary to £55k depending on experience.
The role and its accounts
With the incumbent Account Director leaving at the end of September to resume their studies, this super-busy agency is ideally looking for someone to start in mid-September – although this isn’t essential.
Your key responsibility will be a global advertising account that is going from strength to strength and a high-profile, ATL youth-focused brand.
Key deliverables include digital, social and TV production.
Initially you will see out the end deliverables of the current campaign - this year the agency has already delivered three 20-second ads for its client alongside digital support - before the planning, strategy and delivery of a new campaign for 2019 begins in January.
You will also work on a sustainability account plus lovely clients from the entertainment, travel and leisure sectors.
You will be supported by a Senior Account Manager, and report into a Group Account Director.
This kind of Account Director role is extremely rare – if you work at a recognised agency and have solid TV campaign and digital expertise it could be the chance of a lifetime.
Junior Account Directors, Account Directors and Senior Account Directors, please send us your CVs today.
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