Boutique Ad Agency - Lovely Job!
Our client is a long-established boutique agency with a brilliant reputation. They are seeking a Senior Account Manager to work on a busy, high-profile retail brand. It's a great role, working across all channels on a retail brand which is not all about templates, there are plenty of creative opportunities and each new client brief results in a creative brief. You will take day-to-day responsibility for this great brand and will have the support of an AM and AE in your team.
This is a fantastic role for someone who wants a strong SAM opportunity with the chance to take on more responsibility both in terms of client management as well as mentoring and managing two people. You will also have the support of senior account service people and be part of a close-knit team and lovely agency culture. There are excellent resources and great work/life balance as well as lots of scope to keep growing and learning in your career.
Competitive salary being offered.
To find out more, please email Caroline Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org
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