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Experiential Creative Agency | Account Manager 70k

Job Title: Experiential Creative Agency | Account Manager 70k
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Sydney CBD
Industry:
Salary: $70,000
Reference: 2634305
Contact Name: Brianna Paton
Contact Email: brianna@iknowho.com.au
Job Published: December 18, 2017 14:00

Job Description

This leading Experiential Marketing agency specialises in experiential and Events is seeking a dynamic Account Manager to work on their high profile brands. The role is fully client facing and you will need to have proven client management abilities. You could potentially come from a corporate events background or even hospitality events as long as you are proficient in communication, client management and overall account service.
 
This agency based in Sydney's CBD is very well known for their work in the experiential and events space and has experienced exponential growth since their establishment. They really believe in attracting good clients and maintaining solid relationships with them. 

This role is newly created, due to the continued growth of the business. The work will be experiential, events focused working across FMCG, alcohol and sporting clients and will see you reporting into the Senior Account Director who really knows her stuff and is looking to mentor an Account Manager. 
 
This role is great for an AM looking for a varied role with career progression. You'll be part of a great team who love what they do! This is a fantastic role at an accomplished agency where every day you get to have some fun.
 
The ideal candidate will have: 

-        Solid client management and account service abilities
-        Excellent communication skills
-        Passion and ambition 
-        Ideally experiential or events agency experience 

Visit iknowho.com.au for a full range of agency opportunities. 

Unfortunately, this agency isn't open to sponsorship so only candidates with full working rights should apply.