Account Manager / Senior Account Manager – Integrated Agency

London (Central), London (Greater)
to £35k + good benefits
17 Nov 2020
17 Dec 2020
B2B, B2C, Finance
Business Type
Contract Type
Freelance / Contract

Account Manager / Senior Account Manager – Integrated Agency – London or Norwich – To £35k

This full-service creative communications agency is a really special place to work.

They are now looking for a recently promoted Senior Account Manager or Account Manager looking to step up to Senior Account Manager level.

The role can be based either in London or Norwich – it’s flexible as they have offices in both cities.

The role is a 12-month FTC to cover maternity leave.

The agency 

The agency is a full-service creative communications agency with a buzzing, infectious feel and a great culture!

Across all locations the agency employs more than 100 people – around 50 in London and 20 in Norwich. The agency believes that the best ideas are sparked by insight, developed without channel prejudice and delivered with skill and passion at every touchpoint.

The Senior Account Manager Role

The agency is ideally looking for a recently promoted Senior Account Manager or an Account Manager who is looking to step up to SAM level.

Reporting into an Account Director, you will work with some great clients – one is B2C and one is B2B so any previous B2B account experience could give you an advantage, but it isn’t essential.

This is a fully integrated role with key outputs including brochures, eCRM, animation, TV, website, press, print etc, so integrated experience is preferred.


  • You need to be a safe pair of hands; good at multitasking and financial acumen with good attention to detail
  • Some B2B experience would be ideal
  • Pharma experience would also be great to have but isn’t essential

Salary & Benefits

Salary is £31k - £35k dependent on experience / location. The position comes with some great hard and soft benefits too.

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, due to a high number of applications we are unable to give individual feedback to those who are unsuccessful.