|Salary:||£28000 - £35000 per annum|
The agency on this one is a well established, social-first independent with a great range of beauty, food, drinks and household clients. Currently coming in at 25 people, they deliver a range of campaigns, content and social channel management with teams split across client services, creative, production, and strategy & planning. Culture wise, they are massively collaborative on a day to day basis and while they are a busy team they do make sure to enjoy themselves in the process - it's a really social agency, their Hackney studio has a terrace, and people are starting to go back in to the studio (though there is no pressure to do so).
As it stands, the account management team is five people but thanks to recently winning several pitches they are looking to add a pair of account managers to the team.
What You'll Be Doing
This is very much a classic account manager role, with a range of client management and project delivery responsibilities. You'll be responsible for:
Like all creative agency roles, you'll probably end up getting involved in a little more than this though, so be prepared to roll your sleeves up!
Who We're Looking For
We're looking for adaptable, organised and diligent people with strong communications skills and proven account management experience, ideally in an agency environment. There is a lot of scope to grow and develop with this agency, so a desire for a lot of exposure is pretty important for this one! In terms of background, experience in a social media focused agency, or a digital / integrated advertising agency would be the best fit for this role.
All the usual personality traits apply - we are after somebody who wants to roll their sleeves up and muck in with a tight knit, highly collaborative team. Again, strong communications skills are an absolute must.
If this sounds like the account management role for you then get in touch now at CS@tomorrowlondon.co.uk
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