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Senior Account Director - Global digital & new media account

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Recruiter
Brand Recruitment
Posted
04 January 2013
Closes
18 January 2013
Ref
JR68154621
Contact
Rachel Kaye
Location
England,Cambridgeshire,Cambridge
Job Discipline
Experience Level
Sectors
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
£50000 per annum + benefits dependent on experience

Further information

This is an excellent opportunity for an accomplished Senior Account Director to join a well respected marketing consultancy in East Anglia, they are known for providing expertise to a number of well known global brands. You will be a savvy individual with extensive agency side experience managing large accounts with projects spanning all forms of digital and new media.

The main purpose of the role will be to:

*Manage the needs of a highly demanding global client with a multitude of annual projects in all kinds of different areas of new media
*Create and develop new concepts and ideas to be sold to the client

Key candidate attributes:

*Enthusiastic, friendly and creative
*Digital guru with the ability to discuss new media at a strategic level
*Excellent financial and project management skills
*Flexible with international travel

This is a fantastic opportunity for a talented agency professional to take a role at a hugely successful company, offering great career opportunities and the opportunity to work with some huge global clients.

Due to the location of their office, this role could be of interest to those living in Cambridge, Newmarket, Saffron Walden, Royston, St Neots, Huntingdon, Peterborough, Norwich, St Ives, Bishops Stortford, Stowmarket, Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds.

This position would be great for any candidates looking for an equivalent quality post without the need for a season ticket!

Brand Recruitment

As winners of 'Best Regional Marketing Recruitment Agency' at the MARA awards in both 2011 and 2012, Brand Recruitment have been setting the standard for marketing recruitment in the Central and Eastern regions since 2005.