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Account Director

Salary:£50000 - £65000 per annum

Location:London

Would you like to play a major role in a marketing agency where you can exceed your potential? Do you want to test yourself on highly demanding public sector account? Are you print process proficient? If the boxes you tick, give apply now a click!

Job Description:

As an Account Director, you'll be tasked with handling and expanding the reach of public sector accounts through an agency that has significant expertise within the market. Your day will be varied and will see you working on print projects with a public sector focus . You'll be managing client expectations, balancing production requirements, liaising effectively with clients, and supporting effective workflow.

You'll have realistic opportunities to progress by assisting in business growth. The agency has an array of world renowned clients, that you can gain exposure to, should you impress in this role.

What We're Looking For:

We would expect you to be a process driven, ambitious individual with fantastic people skills who has worked on site within an agency environment for at least 5 years. Brochure, publishing and DM experience is preferable. You must have experience from the initial briefing through to delivery. The role is very demanding and fast paced so organisation and flexibility is required.

To Apply:

If you come from an agency background and If you think this role would suit you, please apply via the link below or call Tommy Castleman on 0203 905 6311 for a confidential discussion about the position.

About Us:

Network Marketing specialises in Marketing, Digital and Creative recruitment across the UK with offices in Leeds, London and Manchester.

Network Marketing is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.


Contact our consultant:

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Contact our consultant:

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