Account Manager – Advertising Agency – Central London / Hybrid – To £38k
This agency needs NO introduction. It has consistently been one of THE best advertising agencies in London since its inception 20 years ago.
Due to continued growth, the agency is now looking for an Account Manager with traditional TV advertising and integrated skills.
Despite its reputation for advertising, the agency is properly integrated. Its work transcends the marketing mix - everything from social media or launch campaigns to DM and web build.
This Account Manager role focuses on ATL work yet encompasses full 360 campaign delivery including TV, VOD, YouTube, radio, DOOH, OOH, press, digital and social.
With a truly unique culture, the agency welcomes people who will make a positive contribution to its mandate of challenging not following.
You will work on an account that offers a broad variety of both creative and strategic opportunities.
The Account Manager role
This incredibly unique and exciting Account Manager role will place you in one of London’s top advertising agencies.
Account Managers are seen as the lynch pin of the agency, allowing you to become an integral part of the team working on one of its biggest retained client accounts.
The agency are looking for someone who has an interest in the strategic and creative challenges a major brand might face and is also comfortable in the production and delivery of assets at pace.
Skill set required
- Integrated experience including TV
- A born multi-tasker with the ability to spin many plates at the same time
- Microscopic attention to detail and offering dedicated support to your Account Director
- A clear, confident and concise communicator in spoken and written form
Salary and benefits
The salary is up to £38k – the salary paid will be dependent on experience and comes with a host of both hard and soft benefits.
Ambitious Account Managers with integrated agency experience, please send us your CV today.
To be considered, candidates must be based in the UK and have the right to 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.