Account Manager (Climate change / environment) – Advertising agency
Account Manager (Climate change / environment) – Advertising agency – Central London - To £30k
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Unbelievable opportunity for an Account Manager to work on a climate change / environmental client portfolio at a W1 agency on the cusp of something big.
Based in the heart of Soho, this advertising agency recently merged with a content marketing shop and offers a dynamic working environment and culture. The role sits within the agency’s specialist enterprise team.
You will spend at least 50% of your time on the agency’s climate change / environmental client portfolio and 50% supporting an Account Director on B2B campaigns.
But as the agency’s focus shifts more and more towards climate change comms on behalf of not-for-profit clients, you will have a greater involvement with those accounts.
A passionate interest in / experience of climate change comms, sustainability and environmental issues is absolutely essential.
Bright and personable with excellent Account Management skills, you should also be a true team player who can really deliver.
An excellent appreciation of creative and brilliant attention to detail are prerequisites too.
The Account Manager role and deliverables
Your campaigns will be genuinely integrated and cover a huge variety of channels including social, video, experiential, PR, website builds, influencer, ATL advertising, webinars, event management and eCRM newsletters.
Expertise in all of these disciplines isn’t essential – just a willingness to get stuck in.
A small portion of your role will involve managing, posting and reporting on some of the agency’s social channels (chiefly LinkedIn).
Salary and benefits
The salary is up to £30k based on experience and comes with some great hard and soft benefits.
Account Managers with integrated skills and an interest in working on climate change, sustainability and environmental campaigns, please get in touch.
To be 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, we are unable to give individual feedback to those who are unsuccessful.