WHO THEY ARE AND WHAT THEY’RE LOOKING FOR//
A leading sports organisation based in London are looking to hire a Senior Account Manager.
They’re looking for a proactive account professional to take the lead in devising creative ideas for the pitch process right through to activating sponsorship campaigns on behalf of a premium rights holders.
WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING//
Day to day you’ll work on the front line of the organisation’s relationships with its brands in terms of devising, directing and implementing projects to meet their requirements.
You’ll hold significant responsibility in client management, team leadership and partner management and work flexibly in the ever-changing agency environment staying current with best practice.
Day to day responsibilities include…
· Managing the day-to-day digital activation of a global sports partnership
· Planning, developing and managing the contractual agreements of the partnership
· Conceptualising and implementing innovative activation ideas
· Regularly updating all stakeholders, both internally and client-side.
· Client relationship management
· Managing the planning and creation of content production around the client’s activations
· Ensuring that the client partnership inventory is being utilized
· Control budgets associated with certain activation events
THE SKILLS & EXPERIENCE YOU NEED//
· Must have experience in a similar position within digital activations
· A proven track record of success in Account Management, Brand Planning and Brand Activation
· Strong relationship building skills
· Commercial acumen and understanding of brands and their relationship with the sports industry
· Impeccable attention to detail
· Strong organisational, time management and planning skills
· Knowledge of sport
· Ability to work as part of a team as well as individually
If you are interested in applying, please press the apply button or call Emma at The Executives in Sport Group for more information.
Please note that shortlisted candidates will be contacted within 72 hours of application and due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide specific feedback on unsuccessful applications.