Account Manager Wanted
ALLGOOD are the brand and ideas people. We work with brave companies who want to challenge their market with award-winning creativity. And we want to change the world, well, one good project at a time anyway. We have a plan to become worldwide renowned branding experts. And we need a little bit of help getting there.
We’re a small but perfectly formed team ready to grow and make change. We have fun, we’re passionate, creative and often found playing games to break up our day. Our pub lunch brainstorm sessions go down a treat.
We work in beautiful surroundings in North Leeds, the atmosphere is relaxed but purposeful. Our recent graduate Vicki has mentioned nothing less than finding the perfect dream job. She says it’s an epic place to work.
We’re looking for a creative account manager to join ALLGOOD.
You’ll have agency experience and an ability to traffic work for the creative team. You’ll be working closely with the Director to meet clients and take over day-to-day management of client accounts, quoting and workflow in the studio.
Training will be provided on our project and account management systems, but any previous experience of cloud-based management systems is welcomed.
You’ll also have experience of managing digital accounts as you’ll be helping to manage blogs, newsletters and websites. Please detail any experience of using WordPress.
We’re after someone who is inspired by producing great creative work. If you’re a budding copywriter then that’s a massive bonus. Any links to blogs or articles you’ve written are definitely welcome.
Roles and responsibilities
Maintaining customer relationships.
Attending meetings to take briefs and maintain relationships.
Entering jobs into Streamtime and planning workflow in Wrike.
Setting up job tasks and ensuring designers are time tracking.
Managing content and assets for all projects to ensure designers are equipped to design.
Helping to manage client folders, ordering, administering all digital files.
Help manage client email newsletters and blogs, using Mailed It and WordPress.
Taking briefs on print jobs.
Procuring print costs.
Compiling and sending quotes to clients.
Ordering paper samples and mockups.
Ordering and liaising print and delivery.
Overview of all work needed to be done, timescales and deadlines.
Plan work in to each designer.
Track and manage client expectations.
Keep Wrike up-to-date with client journey and workflow.
If this sounds like you, then send us your reasons we should interview you to email@example.com
No recruitment agencies please.