Account Manager Role
ebow is an award-winning digital agency. We produce highly creative work that fulfils the main role of marketing; the creation of revenue through sales and brand awareness through content.
We pride ourselves on providing our clients with a strong and creative digital presence, through strategy, positioning and production
ebow’s Client Service department drives the integral agency / client relationship that sits at the core of our ability to deliver brilliant work.
The Account Manager is expected to play key client facing roles that combine building personal relationships with delivering profitable digital work.
You will report into the Account Director and will work across several of our clients.
You will be responsible for managing day to day activity on key accounts including strategic and creative development, website project management & digital marketing implementation, liaising with the internal studio and Search and Performance department.
Experience – you must have at least 3 years experience in a similar role.
Commercial management – ability to work towards and manage commercial KPIs including operating revenue targets, profitability metrics and performance metrics.
Account management – through experience gained over three+ year period at another agency.
Digital – a genuine passion for digital channels but more importantly an understanding of how these channels can be best leveraged to deliver ROI for our clients.
Communication skills – exceptional written, face-to-face and telephone communication skills.
People management – positive attitude and strong interpersonal skills.
Organisation & attention to detail – absolute attention to detail, highly organised and focused on the quality of work with an attitude to exceed expectations at every opportunity.
Problem solving – ability to independently solve problems while being flexible to meet tight deadlines.
Embracing change – deep understanding and passion for the change happening in marketing.
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- 24th August, 2017
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