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The Drum daily jobs round-up: Havas Lynx, Natural Retreats, MacDonald Kinnaird, RAR, Devonshire Creative

By Angela Haggerty, Reporter

March 27, 2013 | 3 min read

A position for a digital account manager is available with the Havas Lynx team in Manchester. The global communications group is looking for candidates with experience in an integrated or digital agency environment and an ability to demonstrate the development of digital projects from concept to delivery. The role will involve working in the company's pharmaceutical division.

Jobs: Havas Lynx is looking for a digital account manager

Natural Retreats is looking for an SEO specialist based in Wilmslow. Offering a salary of £20,000-£29,000, abilities in technical architecture, on and off-page optimisation, Google Analytics and Adwords are essential, while experience of XHTML, CSS, MySQL, PHP and Wordpress would be desirable. Applicants should have a minimum of three years' commercial experience in an SEO role either within a client or agency environment.

A unique opportunity for a head of digital communications is on offer with MacDonald Kinnaird for one of Scotland's best-known brands. The successful candidate will manage a team of around 30 people and should have a detailed working knowledge of communications strategy, from publishing, TV, sound or social media. Salary begins as between £50,000-£60,000 but comes with a bonus potential of almost 50 per cent.

The Recommended Agency Register (RAR) is looking for a membership development executive to join its Glasgow office. RAR is a service that helps marketers find marketing agencies to work with and is looking for an enthusiastic individual to help with the expansion of its national and international customer base. Applicants should be professional and knowledgable about the marketing services industry. The closing date for applications is 8 April.

Devonshire Creative is looking for an account manager based in London for a salary of £28,000-£34,000. The role will involve working across film, web, publishing, branding and design at a specialist comms agency. Applicants should already be working in a marketing agency environment and be able to write clear and insightful creative briefs. Applications should be submitted by 15 April.

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