A new vacancy within one of Scotland's best creative agencies (they have the awards to prove it!) has arisen for an experienced Account Manager to join the Advertising division.
You will be an existing Senior Account Executive or an existing Account Manager within a campaign driven environment.
Working within a busy team, the role will include working across the full marketing mix, from Press and TV, to print design and digital marketing - basically the entire marketing mix.
Therefore, you'll have the proven skills and drive to work at a strategic level, be at total ease with the client, while organised and efficient with the internal teams. You will hold a strong degree (ideally in business or marketing) and have experience in a fast moving agency team or client side marketing environment (client side candidates MUST have a proven track record of delivering multiple campaigns).
The key requirement is that you have the energy and desire to hit the ground running within a fast paced environment. You'll be excited about working for Scotland's best agency and be ready to grow within the role!
Salary is totally open depending on skills & experience. A rough guide is £24,000 - £28,000 + excellent benefits. Please state your existing salary.
FURTHER INFORMATION: This role is exclusive to the Gilchrist Recruitment Partnership. When applying, please submit your CV in a word format, stating your current salary and notice period
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About Gilchrist Recruitment Partnership
The Gilchrist Recruitment Partnership are a new breed of specialist recruitment consultancy specifically within the marketing, digital and creative sector throughout Scotland.