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Senior Client Manager

Salary:£40000 - £48000 per annum

Location:London

Would you like to play a major part in one of the country's most influential shopper marketing agencies? Could you represent world renowned FMCG brands? Would you like to make strategic decisions for global companies? If you've answered yes to these questions, apply now is my suggestion!

Job description:

You'll be at the heart of shopper media campaigns, utilising your entrepreneurial aptitude to maximise the potential of each account in your exciting portfolio. Acting as an agency ambassador you'll be working with world renowned FMCG brands on stimulating projects.

The development of a plethora of exciting accounts is vital and you will gain exposure to ATL and BTL campaigns giving you well rounded experience. The agency offer excellent company incentives and an amazing company culture.

What we're looking for:

The ideal Senior Client Manager will have an interest in shopper marketing and/or have marketing agency experience. You'll be comfortable working on ATL and BTL campaigns exemplifying professionalism, creativity and resourcefulness. You'll be able to utilise your working relationships to best benefit the agency and satisfy various stakeholders.

Team management and exposure to high level strategic shopper marketing is beneficial.

To apply:

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

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:

Thomas Castleman

Contact our consultant:

Thomas Castleman