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Account Manager - Luxury Beauty Brands

  • Account Manager - Luxury Beauty Brands
  • London
  • £28k - £32k
  • Posted05 October 2016
  • Ref1538601_1475654240
  • ConsultantElliot Graham
  • LocationLondon
  • SectorMedia
  • Contract TypePermanent
  • PositionAccount Manager - Luxury Beauty Brands
  • Salary£28,000 - £32,000 per annum

An amazing opportunity has arisen for an Account Manager to really make an impact at a leading media investment group, which is one of the top 10 in the UK. The agency work over 100 of the UK's most prestigious brands and are also committed to providing a range of programmes designed to develop staff both personally and professionally.

This is an incredible opportunity to join a vibrant team that works across some incredible luxury beauty brands. The role principally spans UK publishing with some activity across Europe, with some very high profile accounts this is a challenging but very rewarding role.

What will you be doing?

Take ownership in all areas of day-to-day Print & Digital campaign management from initial brief, constructing a plan, negotiating and buying space, billing and financial management, to business objectives and KPI's post campaign performance reviews

*Develop and demonstrate a thorough understanding of all Print and Digital media
*Learn and demonstrate a thorough understanding of all planning tools - Adrelevance, ComScore, AdDynamix, Telmar, TGI and NRS
*Provide accurate and insightful data analysis to drive campaign effectiveness
*Support the Account Director in the implementation of plans across all Print and Digital channels to meet the clients' business objectives
*Incorporate adaptive and inventive thinking
*Contribute to and present implementational plans and campaign results both internally & externally working closely with other disciplines within the agency
*Identify opportunities for campaign optimisation
*Work towards the ownership of campaign data management for your team
*Develop negotiation skills in order to be able to construct deals which maximise value for your clients
*Begin to understand the dynamics of market pricing for Print and Digital media
*Ensure that campaign naming convention is adhered to across Excel plans, ad-server, Metis and Adazzle
*Assist Account Director to effectively manage & develop Account Executives within the team
*Ensure all client requests are met and surpassed and manage client expectation effectively
*Respond to all client briefs and requests in a timely, professional and efficient manner

What have you done in the past?
You will have a background in Print/ Publishing Planning and Buying, preferably with experience of having worked on brand-led rather than DR- led accounts, although this is not imperative. Experience of Digital Planning and Buying would be a significant advantage given that this is also an important medium for their clients. The successful candidate will need to thrive on working on a luxury account and deliver first-class output that demonstrates impeccable attention to detail in order to produce the most high quality work.

The agency have a number of benefits both for career development and life enjoyment such as trips abroad, monthly free bar and all the usual seasonal parties.

If the above makes you want to know more then I would like to speak with you! Alternatively, If it may be of greater interest to someone else in your network then let me know and you could make a £250 referral bonus!

Elliot Graham
Elliot Graham

He's our Media Planning and Buying Consultant.

Bringing almost 5 years Recruitment experience, I sit within the Planning & Buying team across all media.  I hold a strong interest and knowledge of the industry, with my passion hopefully coming across when talking to...

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