Account Manager

Posted 01 February 2024
Salary £30000 - £40000 per annum
Job type Freelance
Discipline Client Services
Contact NameCharlotte Besant

Job description


1 month + FTC

We are looking for an experienced FTC Account Manager with a passion for charities, purpose and doing good.

This role will be working across commercial and charity clients, delivering an exciting breadth of work, including digital, social, print, video and branding. We need a safe pair of hands to help during key point of some really exciting projects,

Candidates will ideally come with experience within the third sector, or on brand projects. Integrated experience working on a range of accounts would be ideal, along with production experience across film.

Account Managers are a key part of our Client Service Department. You will be responsible for day-to-day liaison with clients & internal teams and manage projects end-to-end. Setting high standards, showing diligence, having a keen eye for detail, multi-tasking, and bringing energy and inspiration to those around you is key. Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills are also essential.

A passion for working on projects and brands with purpose is essential.

Contract: Starting ASAP on 1 month FTC (potential to extend)

Salary: £30,000-35,000 (pro-rated on a monthly basis)

Working pattern: WFH Monday & Friday, in the office Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.

Dogs are welcome!

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