Above The Line Account Manager

£35,000 | London | Permanent
Posted 3 months ago

A new and really exciting account manager position has just come available at a large integrated network agency in central London.

This agency, whose clients include some of the biggest consumer brands in the world, are looking for an AM who has managed full lifecycle above the line campaigns. You will be equally comfortable on site at a shoot as you would in a high-level client meeting and will ideally have experience with large budget television commercials.

This role would be to work on the agency’s flagship account and as such represents a huge opportunity to create a name and reputation for yourself within the agency and as such quick promotions through the client services team.

If you have prior experience with FMCG brands then this would be a massively attractive but if you don’t and still have 360 lifecycle ATL experience then don’t let that put you off.

This is an absolutely amazing role for someone who is really looking to define their career at an established and ever-improving agency.

Get in touch for the details – josh@ecomrecruitment.com

For more information about this role, please contact:

Josh Pond

josh@ecomrecruitment.com
020 7258 2355

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