A marketing Account Director job is one that will have the key role of managing client campaigns in a marketing agency. They will be the main contact with the client and run the activity, using Account Managers and Account Assistants to help deliver the goals and objectives. The role may specialise in a particular channel like branding, offline or digital, or it may be sector specific like travel, eCommerce or B2B for example. Account Directors usually have at least 3 or 4 years experience in an account-handling role before qualifying for this position.
Account Directors are usually career motivated, having been through the junior stages of managing accounts and reaching this level. If career paths aren’t clear, this may prompt the search for a new role. Or maybe it’s a new sector that an AD is after? Or larger budgets? Or an agency that is bigger, with larger clients and more budget to spend? But the opposite can also be true, some Account Directors have had enough of the large corporate agency environment and are keen to join a smaller, independent agency to fulfil their career aspirations.
Work with a large client portfolio consisting of multi-million blue-chip brands as a Senior Account Manager for a leading and award-winning media agen…
Are you passionate about all things digital? Ready to take the next step in your career and lead a team of digital experts to deliver cutting-edge cam…
Up to £85,000
Manchester City Centre