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Senior Account Manager-Advertising

  • Senior Account Manager-Advertising
  • London
  • £33k - £36k
  • Posted12 October 2016
  • Ref890054_1476256336
  • ConsultantKate Ogbourne
  • LocationLondon
  • SectorMarketing
  • Contract TypePermanent
  • PositionSenior Account Manager-Advertising
  • Salary£33,000 - £36,000 per annum

The role of Senior Account Manager is working for a leading advertising agency in West London. This agency has won multiple awards including the 5th most innovative agency in the world.

The role is to manage the day to day projects from start to finish and working with a team of 5. You will be working on a leading global brand which will involve a lot of strategy. Your role will be to identify strategic business and really understand what the client wants.

As Senior Account Manager you will be presenting your ideas to the client and making sure the project is within budget and on time. This is a very demanding, fast paced client so you must be able to keep up!

You must have as role of Senior Account Manager:

Preferably global experience
TV/Clear cast experience is compulsory
Digital expertise, social media and apps
Production savvy and adaptation experience
Team player and take on responsibility
Must have strong creative ideas

Kate Ogbourne
Kate Ogbourne

She's our Integrated Client Services Client Partner.

I am an experienced recruiter and decided to combine my professional career with my one of my interests, the creative industry, which began during my studies for my degree in Marketing Communications. I specialise in Client Ser...

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